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LordGaldan's Last Game Comments
Final Fantasy X One of the best of the latter Final Fantasy titles, most of which I didn't think too highly of.
Super R-Type To me, this has one of the best boss themes.
Gyruss One of my favorite shooters besides Super R Type.

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Dragon Warrior
07-18-17 10:54 PM
The start of something big....
Dragon Warrior(Dragon Quest in Japan) was the beginning of a franchise and while it's not the best one by far, it is a decent RPG by NES standards. I feel that it doesn't get the love Final Fantasy franchise does, mainly because the earlier ones didn't have very good storylines,  but that was corrected in later titles. Anyway, down to the review, the graphics are ok for NES, but then again, graphics are not why I purchase and/or play RPGs. The music is done very well, but then Koichi Sugiyama is a very good composer, to me, almost as good as Nobuo Uematsu. As for addictivness, I loved this game from the Dragon Warrior commercial spot and asked my mother if I could buy this and she said as long as I had the money, yes I could. As soon as I started playing, I was inexorably drawn to this game and the medieval speech was a big seller to me. I wanted to play this title over and over after I beat the game. The storyline is not that great, but then this game concentrates more on level grinding and combat over story, which I think is one reason the Japanese fell in love with it. It's very simplicity calls for it. The depth of this game is not that great, either, but depth wasn't what was focused on in its programming, I believe. And being simple in its gameplay, it's not all that difficult to play through. All that said, I believe this is a title that is more suited to a casual RPG gamer than a hard core one.
Dragon Warrior 1 & 2
12-29-16 12:48 PM
Dragon Warrior 1 and 2
I gave this game a rather high rating, but I believe it is truly worthy of it. The graphics are especially good for a Game Boy Color game, the sound/music is truly where this game shines. Koichi Sugiyama is truly a great video game composer and it shows in these games, and I'm surprised by the storyline, because most DQ/DW titles, that is not their strength(except for lately), but Dragon Warrior 2 amongst these two has a better storyline and I think to this day, one of the best beginnings in an RPG. And as for difficulty, it might not be the worst, but it isn't the most easy of the titles, either. The depth of Dragon Warrior 2 is far better than the original Dragon Warrior, but since you are getting both, you get to try out the best of both worlds. To me, it's one of the most addicting RPGs I've ever played. With that said, I highly recommend playing these titles.

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LordGaldan's Game History
Dragon Quest I & II (English Translation) (snes),   Dragon Warrior (nes),   Dragon Warrior (nes),   Dragon Warrior (nes),   Dragon Warrior (nes),   Dragon Warrior 1 & 2 (gbc),   Dragon Warrior 1 & 2 (gbc),   Dragon Warrior 1 & 2 (gbc),   Dragon Warrior 1 & 2 (gbc),   Gradius III (snes),   Gradius III (snes),   Super R-Type (snes),   Gyruss (nes),   Dragon Warrior (nes),   Dragon Warrior (nes),   Dragon Warrior (nes),   Dragon Warrior (nes),   Dragon Warrior (nes),   Dragon Warrior IV (nes),   Dragon Warrior III (nes),   Dragon Warrior II (nes),   Dragon Warrior (nes),   Dragon Quest 3 (English RC1 Beta) (snes),   Dragon Quest 3 (English RC1 Beta) (snes),   Super Castlevania IV (snes),   Sword of Vermilion (gen),   Sword of Vermilion (gen),   Knights of the Round (snes),   Knights of the Round (snes),   Dragon Warrior 1 & 2 (gbc),   Dragon Warrior 1 & 2 (gbc),   Dragon Warrior 1 & 2 (gbc),   Dragon Warrior 1 & 2 (gbc),   Dragon Warrior 3 (gbc),   Dragon Warrior 3 (gbc),   Dragon Warrior 1 & 2 (gbc),   Dragon Warrior 1 & 2 (gbc),   Dragon Warrior 1 & 2 (gbc),   Dragon Warrior 1 & 2 (gbc),   Super Castlevania IV - Other Castle (snes),   Super Castlevania IV - Other Castle (snes),   Chrono Cross (psx),   Chrono Cross (psx),   Chrono Cross (psx),   Chrono Cross (psx),   Chrono Cross (psx),   Chrono Cross (psx),   Chrono Cross (psx),   Chrono Cross (psx),   Chrono Cross (psx),  
 
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