Yesterday afternoon, I finally got around and beaten Wizardry: Tale of the Forsaken Land for the PS2. It was a long and arduious journey down the game's 11 basement floors, but I managed to complete it. Interestingly enough, the final boss of the game has an insane amount of HP and it took me almost 30 minutes to kill it.
Earn a Online Degree in Dungeon Mastery
Earlier in the week, I decided to dabble some more into RPG Maker for the PSOne. I decided to play the sample game that is on the software package, called Gobli's Adventure. Interestingly enough, it took me only 5 hours and an average experience level of 21 to beat it. Although the game is really short, it gives you an general idea on how RPGs are created, from the planning stages to the actual scenario writting.
Helghans--The New Punching Bag
Earlier this month, I finally got my PS2 online. So, in celebration, I bought a used copy of KillZone to go along with my current copy of Madden NFL 10. So far, it's been mostly online matches, just to see how active the online game is. So far, I have three wins to my record, all of them in the Team Deathmatch mode. With up to 50 people playing online each evening these days, I'm amazed I actually got some online FPS action experience with this game. It's a shame that the online component of the PS2 will be retired in about a year or 2.