A thief stole our ______. If you see anybody with some ______, let us know. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 10/14/09’ »
Posts Tagged ‘Final Fantasy Gaiden’
Square Enix’s upcoming Final Fantasy Gaiden: Four Warriors of Light does away with traditional magic points to fuel spellcasting in combat, opting instead for an action point-based system. Spells are tiered so that more powerful or area-of-effect spells cost more AP than basic, single-target ones. Points also carry over from battle to battle, meaning a player can stock up in one fight and spend them all in the next.
Additionally, battle commands are set by the player beforehand. Counting the standard fight, item, and store (defend/charge AP) commands, a player can equip up to six skills accessible via the touch screen.
Final Fantasy Gaiden is due out in Japan on October 29.
Four treasure chests left in Wild Arms 5. Getting Nine Lives is exhausting, truly. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 08/13/09’ »
Brace yourself folks, this one’s a big’un. In today’s update: Dragon Quest IX, Final Fantasy Gaiden, Valkyria Chronicles 2, Final Fantasy Legend II DS, more Final Fantasy Legend II DS, even more Final Fantasy Legend II DS and finally, still more Final Fantasy Legend II DS than is probably healthy.
Here, listen to something awesome while you peruse the update. Join me in wondering why there was never a follow-up to the origin of that song. No justice, I tells ya. Anyhoo, onto the media: Continue reading ‘Mass Media 07/24/09’ »
This update brought to you in part by the Imperial Watch. They may not see you break into that guy’s house, kill his family, and steal all his worldly possessions, but if you accidentally grab food on the counter that’s not yours instead of talking to the shopkeeper like you intended to… well, the Nine help you, friend. In this update: Legend of Hero: Narisokonai, Princess Antiphona’s Hymn: Angel’s Score Op.A, and Final Fantasy Gaiden. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 07/18/09 – Part 2’ »
The Fallout 3 DLC screens for PS3 do nothing to make up for the fact that the content does not come out until September. Period. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 07/15/09’ »