I expanded our love and RPGs section a bit - the page of all-out-relatioships, meaning the couples in RPGs that actually got together, married and even had children.
Please make sure that you've played both these games before clicking onto the link.
I just put our spoilershield before that, just to make sure :)
You know what I really, really don't like as a game? It's Lufia II. And it's not the fault of the game at all.
This fine RPG has all of the elements that I don't really like, crafted into one game.
Funnily enough, I really like Lufia I and "Ruins of Lore" on the GBA. But I never, ever could fairly rate part II.
So Dennis composed a nice article about the game over on Videospielgeschichten in German, and I asked him if I could translate the text and put it into the rpg-o-mania review format.
And so here it is: Our official Lufia II review! It's fair and nicely written, but I also added a commentary with my personal feelings and a bit of reasoning behind that.
The demo is out, the release is near, and we have another set of new Final Fantasy VII rebirth artworks available in our gallery.
As you may know from the last news entries about this topic, I'm not completely sold on the idea of Final Fantasy VII R. I mean, it's seemingly just built to live on the memories of old fans, without making sure that it itself has a consistent, logical storyline.
But as I talked with some friends, they brought up the thought that there were many ideas in the original that were just thrown in because it was cool - let's take Cait Sith for instance, who wasn't really fleshed out.
If you tried to flesh out all the characters and good ideas, you have to rework the story - and that is what the new team does.
Let's see how the fanbase reacts to Rebirth and how a final part of this series will look like. I'm pretty curious about it :)
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This website covers videogames, mainly console role playing games, with the likes of Final Fantasy, Breath of Fire, Suikoden, Grandia, and so on. rpg-o-mania is designed to give you interesting stuff to read and watch. Articles, reviews, background information as well as some webmasters' rant as well. This page is divided into in-depth-information ("Coverage"), reviews and previews and some media, self-made wallpapers, artwork and even some music.
Looking for a RPG to start? This report gives you a first impression of some RPGs that can still be played today - no matter the age! We recommend RPGs that were released as early as 1987 all the way up to the games of modern days.
Trials of Mana is the famous third installment of the Mana / Seiken Densetsu series. It offers a comprehensive class system where this guide helps out finding the best classes.
There is more about Trials of Mana to be found in the coverage section itself!
Here you can find images from Suikoden runes redone in higher resolution and even vectorized, free to use for any occassion!
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