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Trying to beat Clockwork mansion - possibly THE most frustrating dungeon in the whole of RPG history.
Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth

Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth (PSP)

Genre/Style: Role-playing/Third-Person 3D RPG
Release Date: 18/JUL/06
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I dunno... I think any post game star ocean dungeon gives it a run for it's money... Or Radiata Stories secret dungeon with the underwear boss...

Funny, I wasn't aware there was a Valkyrie Profile for PSP. Here I was playing the lousy DS one.
The hard mode rotating room puzzle is unecessarily complicated, but I finally got past it. Ironically the boss itself was really easy, once I actually got to the damn thing!

I've never actually played the DS one, but I'm likely to after this since it's been so enjoyable. The PSP version is basically a remake of the original Valkyrie Profile tuned up in several places.
Ah, the original VP was excellent. VP 2 was really hard, the battle system drove me nuts. The DS installment drove me nuts because there's multiple paths and if you choose the toughest one on your first play through the last boss is impossible. I wound up restarting my game twice until I could find a path I could handle.
Ouch. Nice to have multiple paths though, my one complaint about the PSP one is that it's a bit too cramped, there's not a lot of choice involved, it's quite a one-track ride. That said, the good points by far outweigh that minor flaw.
I like RPG's that make you follow a set path. FFXIII was great in my mind, but all I ever hear is complaining...
Ah, I usually like to just wonder around, chill out and enjoy the scene. Morrowind was great for that, as was FFVIII. It's nice to have something very set and story driven for a change mind - at least it looks like I should be able to complete VP. I never got close to completing Morrowind because I spent too much time just... looking... at stuff.
I've heard poor things about FFXIII but I figure I may as well give it a go since it's going so cheaply anyway.
I loved it. You heard it was good from me. It has a lot of the appeal of FFX so if you liked that one you'll love XIII.
Well, I'll give it a go then. After all, seems a shame to waste a good gaming experience based on the fact that some other people didn't like it. :)
Can't figure out why people didn't like it... Ten was so much like it that you can't say it's that different an experience, just faster paced.
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