The amazing level of detail, mature and fleshed-out storyline, and complex (by JRPG standards) battle system. Also, nearly all the filler content is optional--though it's not like I didn't want to go through it.
Yeah, I happily did most of them, just comparing it to other JRPGs with more sloggy filler content. It's kind of weird that the game has quests, since it came out well before Monster Hunter's success mandated that every Japanese game made after would include item crafting and/or quests. Solatorobo and Skyward Sword were obvious victims of this.
They're certainly an important part of the story and universe, but the decision to include them came without the Monster Hunter impetus that drove CyberConnect2 to arbitrarily shove a quest structure into Solatorobo. They weren't a convention of Japanese games yet.
Well, it is Nihon Falcom after all... maybe they should be asked.
talking about that floofy what team did you take in the 3rd for the final boss ? I took kevin riese joshua and richardI'm actually really proud of having finished 3rd on Nightmare, just because of that final battle. I had to redo the entire final dungeon like... 4 or 5 times to make sure I had the right party.
the normal monsters of the final dungeon where really a pain in nightmare -___-
the normal difficulty of SC was pretty fine out of Loewe who was cheated
Last edited by reyvard; 04-22-2012 at 10:07 AM.
L'union fait la force !
I really like the main conflict in this game. I play RPGs and I really got tired of saving the world kind of plot. This served as a kind of refreshment to me.