Haha. That's just my opinion. I think I'm going to give it a try. XDCan't tell you how many people in this forum think like this. Look, its really not that much of a hassle and its practically painless. As long as you have a moderately up-to-date PC you should be able to play any of the Falcom games Xseed releases on it so theres no problems there. You just have to download steam, which takes a few seconds of google search or that faq thread to find, install it which takes a few minutes of following what the computer tells you, you use it. Now you can buy PC games digitally and install and play them via steam. It also has a rather simple interface so its not hard to figure out where everything is.
WOAH. Really? What is the largest game of the series? If you don't mind me asking. XDYep. None of us have been or exaggerating when talking about the ridiculous size of SC's script. (And to think, SC isn't the largest game of the series.)
Oh, and omgfloofy, I just want to say that I love your avatar. Haha. Olivier is one of my favorite characters in the game along with Tita and Agate (Please don't kill me).
How long is Ao no Kiseki anyways?
When I got to the last chapter, I was at... 65 hours, I think? So that might be able to put some perspective into how long parts of the game took for me. It could be different for other people, though.
My original playthrough of SC took me about 70-80 hours or so.
Well, since you played think you tell me anything about Lloyd Bannings? The so called 'Capturing King' haha.
Plus, how did you manage to have the drive to play for that long?
If you don't have ADHD like me it's probably not even all that hard, honestly. The only problems I've had so far are figuring out a good way to learn words (minor problem) and staying focused (huge problem). Been thinking about getting back on whatever meds I was on as a kid to see if it makes any difference.