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A weekly post updated every other Thursday detailing my current gaming projects. I have an account at Grouvee, which is a site you can use to keep track of your backlog, so please feel free to friend me there!
What I DNFed
Title: Final Fantasy VI
Series Title: Final Fantasy
System: PlayStation 3 (Port)
Date Started: 6/2/18
Date DNF: 10/12/19
It just makes sense to declare DNF on this. I’ll start writing the essay review on it as soon as I can, which will probably be December at this point.
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What I Didn’t Finish
Title: Final Fantasy V
Series: Final Fantasy
System: PlayStation 3
Date Started: June 17, 2017
Date DNF: May 27, 2018
I called it quits after the Ancient Library. The job system is just not working for me. I like the characters and enjoy the story, but it started being a chore to play it. I told myself if I could find a decent Let’s Play, I’d concurrently watch V while starting VI, and that’s just what I did.
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What I Played
Title: Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle
Series: Mario, Rabbids
System: Nintendo Switch
Date Started: May 14, 2015
This is surprisingly fun, and I say surprisingly only because I’ve never played any Rabbids game before. They remind me of Minions, which I hate much less than the average internet user (I’m also a bit confused why they’re so abhorred besides the propensity of Baby Boomers to share memes of them, which I usually just scroll past. I think the Minions themselves are cute), so their antics don’t bother me. The combination of Mario and the Rabbids actually works, probably because there’s always some crazy shenanigans going on in the Mushroom Kingdom, so an invasion of raving rabbids with a device that can combine two separate things isn’t that far fetched.
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Currently Playing: 2
Title: Final Fantasy Type-0
Series: Final Fantasy/Fabula Nova Crystallis
Genre: Action RPG – Fantasy
Developer: Square Enix
Platform: PlayStation 4
Release Date: October 27, 2011
Date Purchased: May 18, 2017
Date Started: June 18, 2017
Progress: Chapter 3 – Expert Mission – United Front
I just started Chapter 3 and was giving access to an eidolon (Shiva I think) in addition to an optional expert mission north of the Togoreth area. I initially walked all the way up there anyway (well, I rode a chocobo all the way up there) for another mission only to find out the prerequisite for that is the United Front task. I’m glad it’s easy to get back to Akademia, but I wish faster travel would open up already. I did manage to breed some war chocobos, so there’s that. Right now nothing is attacking me while I’m on the birds, but I suspect the roaming monsters in the Togoreth region might very well do so.
I called it quits because it was almost 9:00 and I have more to do, but I think after I complete the Expert Mission, I’m going to go back and redo some of the earlier ones in order to make more gil and harvest more phantoma. Apparently, replaying earlier missions is the only real way to earn gil in the game, according to the Google.