Whew. I haven't been on GS for a while now, but the need for some game tips has brought me back. ;) In other news, I leveled up. Hooray. Level 12. Go me.
For Christmas, I recieved Legend Of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass. I'm not a gigantic Zelda fan, but I played The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for the GBA a few years ago and enjoyed it. I wish I hadn't sold it, it was one of the best games I've ever played for the GBA. But I digress. This Zelda game is also one of the best DS games I've played. The best thing the Zelda games have going for them, in my opinion, is that they walk the fine line between difficulty and intuitivity. (Intuitive-ness?) They aren't easy, but they're not super difficult. Everything makes sense after you think about it for a while. The only time I had any real problems was on the second-to-last island, I couldn't figure out how get through the labrynth. But with the help of a well-written walkthrough, I figured it out. My favorite part of the game were the awesome boss fights. They were all very original. A very good game.
So I after I beat Zelda, and was back on GS, I started hunting down my next game to play. I had been kind of dissapointed in Final Fantasy Tactics (Which I may come back to, I just don't really want to yet,) and Jeanne D'Ark, so, to revive my faith in the SRPG genre, I decided to pick up Disgaea: Afternoon Of Darkness. I had read about it's great story and humor, and also heard about it's great replayability/addictivity. I'm glad I picked it up. I'm only on Episode 4, and it's already got me hooked! It was a little confusing at the start, but I can definitely see why so many people like it.
I think I might write a review for both these games in a week or two... that'll keep me busy.
Song of the Day: "This Is All I Came To Do" by Dinosaur Jr.