The Grim Locust wrote:
Baseball Tonight wrote:That's kind of the beauty (and curse) of a lot games of the last decade. I just takes a long while to beat them, but in the meantime you're still buying games.
I finally got around to playing Suikoden III (PS2). I've sunk 102 hours into it, and (without reading any FAQs or Strategy guides) I estimate I'm finished between 1/2 to 2/3 of the game.
Back in the NES days, you could finish most games in one sitting.
Back then, you had to. Most games didn't have saves back then so most of the early games couldn't last more than 2 hours.
You gashdurn kids with yer gatdang saves! Back in MY day, we didn't have these new-fangled memory cards. We either didn't save, or, in the case of games such as Legend of Zelda, saved directly to the cartridge!
And whatever happened to cartridges? That's why so many kids have asthma! They didn't get their lungs strengthened by blowing on the gashdurn cartridges!
[/crazy old man.]