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Haitoku

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  1. Whoa. You have got to be kidding me. OK, time to uninstall. I really had an urge to play this game (even though I promised myself I would not until the restoration project was finished). I played this game half a dozen times around it's released and never had one issue then.
  2. *Shrug* So I figured out the problem. I'm not sure what happened, but I downloaded two identical official patches. One caused my current issue and the other allowed me to play the game fine. So that problem is over. Now I've run into another issue. Everything went fine the first time I entered Dantooine. I returned to my ship knowing somebody would be waiting for me, fought her, watched a good number of scenes, had some lengthy conversations... After all of that I decided it was finally time to start my work on Dantooine... Upon exiting the ship, nothing happens. I get the party selection screen but after making my choices it just gives me a black screen. Cursor is still there and the game has not crashed, but I can't do anything. Anyone have any tips? Other planets work fine, it's just Dantooine that is giving grief.
  3. (Can't edit more then once?) Also, KOTOR 1 worked flawlessly on this computer (didn't even have to turn off a core or anything).
  4. Every time I hit the play button after creating my character the game crashes. I have all the patches installed and I've tried all the different graphic options. My system is... Windows XP Professional w/ SP3. Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.53GHZ (I tried running the game with just a single processor, same problem) NVIDIA 9800GTX+ 2GB of Ram Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  5. Games tailored for a specific platform are of much higher quality a lot of the time though.
  6. Persona 3 and Bioshock. Next-gen has been quiet boring so far.
  7. Just want to chime in the say that this is the best DS gave I have ever played and the best game I've played all year. Game has a lot of great aspects layered on top of no another. There is battling, character customizing, map making, harvesting, expanding shop inventories, quest of course the dungeon crawling. I'm not really good at giving impressions, but I'll be happy to answer any questions.
  8. You don't own both already? PSP is a great piece of hardware... unfortunately I spent most of my time playing PSX games and listening to music on it.
  9. Source on that? I would love a high res remake of FFIV-FVII. karka, Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth and Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops are great PSP games you should check out.
  10. :confused: Well, I never played them and I need a lengthy thing(game) to play on holidays. They are really that bad, or just old? Well, you shouldn't be supporting this kind of blatant quick cash scheme by Square-Enix... and yeah, I would say they are bad. FF1 is pretty much a giant grind and FF2 has the most broken statistic system of any RPG I have ever played. Unless they are fixing all of that I wouldn't say the games are worth purchasing even if you haven't played them before. They are certainly not worth it if you bought FF Origins on the PSone and/or GBA... Both games came bundles in that version as well unlike the PSP version!!!
  11. Ah, another game I was really interested in. On paper, the game sounds fantastic. Shin Megami Tensei series creator is director, which should almost guarantee stellar gameplay and the it also has a lot of impressive music talent. I was expecting a typical Okada game. Gritty, mature and very difficult... unfortunately, it looks like the magic of the SMT series stayed behind in Atlus R&D1. The game is apparently very uninspired both in it's dungeon design and battle system not to mention the game has a lot of bloated scenes and very terrible art direction. I'll pick it, but only because I already payed in full and I'm sure there it can't be as bad as people are making it seem. Sorry to be such a buzz-kill, on the plus side... a cool Castlevania compilation was just announced for the PSP.
  12. I was pretty excited about it until I started reading some impressions... apparently it's a fairly easy and generic SRPG with a very Saturday morning anime story. I'm still looking forward to the same game mainly... Persona 3 Etrian Odyssey STALKER Bioshock
  13. Yup. Being able to cover massive chunks of gameplay with just the left analogue is so awesome... [/sarcasm]
  14. The game is absolutely insane on the higher difficulty levels... Real test for FPS fanatics.
  15. Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter. Most underrated PS2 RPG ever. This will be my third playthrough...
  16. Maybe. Those little quirks were what really made the games feel unique though. TP in a lot of ways feels like vanilla Zelda. It's good... but I'll forget about it because all it really had was the core gameplay.
  17. There are very few things of which I am a fervent fan of, but Zelda is one of them. From what I gathered it's got the usual design and feel of a Zelda game but doesn't really move the series forward. Which may be true, but seriously, tha has been true for nearly all of its titles. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> That's not true. Despite how many series staples still remain, every single Zelda game has had it's own unique gameplay features. Things like side-scrolling, season changing, time travel, unique time schemes and ocean sailing (I'm sure I'm forgetting a few). TP does have ONE thing, but it's so poorly implemented and it never becomes a major part of the gameplay outside one or two areas. The game could have done without it. In the end, it's pretty much an Ocarina of Time redux.
  18. Decide to take a break from my little RE marathon... Playing Baten Kaitos Origins and Growlanser Generations... two very underrated JRPG/SRPGs.
  19. I hope you like it. I tried very hard to like it, but I just couldn't get past it's glaring flaws.
  20. Nope, first time. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Enjoy the train. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Just finished that segment. Some interesting new gameplay mechanics. Should provide some interesting challenges (moving partner with the c-stick is hard!).
  21. All right, I think all the difficulties I was having was mainly had to do with just getting use to the game. It's been a long time since I played a game with tank controls or this kind of focus. The second part of the game was much more manageable and the return to the is going smoothly. I'm running circles around the and just having a generally easier time just surviving. I'm near the end and I'll be playing Resident Evil Zero next.
  22. That's what I meant by backtracking. Kinda hard to keep those two items handy at all times especially when you don't know if the shotty is going to blow their heads of or not.
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