At 12/21/11 08:18 PM, tyler2513 wrote:
At 12/21/11 06:16 PM, Auz wrote:
I finally finished up Phoenix Wright - Ace Attorney.I have yet to play the original Ace Attorney title. I played a bit of Apollo Justice and really got into it but I didn't actually own a copy of the game. I have not seen an Ace Attorney title at any of my nearby retailers but I hope to soon lay eyes on one of the titles, it really seems like an interesting series to me.
The last bonus case took rather long, but I think it was the best one out of them all. Overall it was a fun game that I enjoyed just as much as the third installment. I'll start playing the second one soon.
Thus far (having played the first and third of the Phoenix Wright games) I think it's a really fun series. It's mostly point-and-click and involves a lot of reading (the game is mostly dialogue based), but if that's your thing or if you're okay with that then I'm sure you'll like it as well.
I can't say I've played a game like it before, so you're probably in for something new.
At 12/24/11 11:36 AM, Bobbybroccoli wrote:
What are your opinions on Fire Emblem: the sacred stones for GBA?
I might've played that or I might've not. I know I played one Fire Emblem game for the GBA and I got pretty far into it. But I borrowed it from my cousin so I had to give it back eventually.
From what I remember it was very difficult, mostly because when a unit dies it will be gone forever. So every battle I really had to hold back and watch out that one unit wouldn't get a mass assault on him. I thought this gameplay element was a little bit annoying. It's like playing chess, but you have to win without losing a single piece.
Anyway, for the rest it's a fun game in my opinion.
At 12/25/11 10:33 PM, ZJ wrote:
The problem with that is that there's a lot of text in it and he's only five. He can't really read, so that game might be in a pain in the ass for him. I'd hate to have to read EVERY line of dialogue from that game to him as he plays through.
Well when I got my Gameboy Classic and N64 my English was still piss-poor and I didn't understand the wide majority of text on the screen either. That doesn't mean that I didn't have fun with the games however, and it really stimulated me to learn English early on in life (earlier than I would learn the language in school).
I suppose for an RPG game it might be a problem though, but who knows, it might stimulate him to learn how to read and maybe he'll just like walking around aimlessly. I know I didn't care much that I sometimes walked around for hours without discovering anything.