RPG Index: Single player Role Playing Games

Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Final Fantasy: Dissidia

I do enjoy playing my PSP. So far, the game I've played the most is Dissidia. It's a very unique game for Square-Enix. The usual turn based action is instead replaced by a good old beat em up with a few interesting quirks. Super Smash Brothers or Soul Calibur are easily comparable to this combo based fighting game. It's also just as good.

Tidus destroying the low level AI.

Saturday, 3 November 2012

I've been playing a little Minecraft!

I've owned Minecraft for a long time. But after the first month of playing it all day everyday, I burnt out entirely and can no longer bring myself to put more than 30 minutes into playing it. The process is simple. I join my friends server, build a little cruddy house, and then die and lose a bunch of diamonds. Then I quit for another month.

This is our server. Before we got the TNT, anyway.

Friday, 2 November 2012

RPG games are just the best timesinks

Over the years I've partaken in every RPG I've had the opportunity to purchase and play. It is without a doubt my favorite genre. The very fact that almost every new title released today has incorporated elements with Role playing roots is proof of how much influence these games have had on the industry.

Good old Pokemon.

Thursday, 1 November 2012

Final Fantasy: Crisis Core

As you may have already guessed, Final Fantasy is pretty much unrivaled as my favorite RPG franchise. I know I know, it's a boring choice but a good one. However, everything after FFX does not hold my respect, I just don't think they're anywhere near as good as they used to be. There is only one exception I will gladly let through the gates of admiration. That game is Crisis Core.

Zack, at the beginning of the game.