After calling up several stores and reading the posts of other CAGers, it seems I might have better luck finding a Bigfoot riding a Unicorn first.
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Posted by Slade on 13 July 2014 - 05:05 AM
The game works on vita BUT you MUST OWN A PS3
1... you must download the game to the ps3.
2.. then you use your VITA to transfer the game from the PS3 to VITA
3.. Boot up your vita and boom the game is on the vita
Expect major lag time. No way to skip taking part or movie part of the game (i called it cut screen but guess they are called something else THERE IS NO WAY I KNOW TO SKIP THEM ON THE VITA )
glad it was only 99 cents and not 3 or 4 bucks cause how bad the game lags i doubt i will play it much.
I'm not having any problems with lag with Legend of Dragoon on my Vita at all.
Not sure about this whole skipping cut-scene business because I never tried to because they're a big part of the game.
Either this is a troll post or someone that has no business playing quality PSX era titles.
Posted by Slade on 11 July 2014 - 09:12 PM
PSX games blown up on giant 60 inch HD TVs looks rough and blurry but when it's on the Vita OLED, it looks sharp and clean.
Not to say that you should be playing PSX games for their graphic fidelity but it's certainly my preferred method to play PSX games.
I'll mirror the previous sentiments about Wild Arms 1-2 and Legend of Dragoon, those are some of the best RPGs on the PSX ranking up there in the likes of FF7, Chrono Cross and Grandia.
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Posted by Slade on 01 December 2013 - 09:14 AM
Opinions on the Ys series? I'm interested in Memories of Celcetta after seeing some gameplay from Seven and noticing that they appear to be similar. I know the originals are different and have a unique battle system. Is this unique battle system good? And, if I were to start the series, what games should I pick up on sale?
Love the series, played all the ones that made it to the states and liked all of them minus 1/2.
Memories of Celcetta is very similiar to Ys Seven as you control three characters with different skills/strengths but it also adds new mechanics like a flash guard and dodge that allows for special effects if you block or dodge an attack just at the right moment to get a big boost in your attacks.
You also level up skills as you use them and upgrade equipment to add properties to them. It's a bit light on the puzzle side but the action is quick and satisfying.
The story is standard Ys fare but it keeps the plot moving at a brisk pace with a new emphasis on exploration along with combat so there's some fresh new ideas thrown into the mix on top of the tried and true formula.
I recommend it.
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Posted by Slade on 12 July 2013 - 12:24 AM
For those running out of space, don't forget to also delete installed data from your disc content that you no longer play.
I looked through my files and ended up freeing up over 30 gigs in installed data from my 500g hdd strictly from games I played as a rental.
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