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Final Fantasy XII!



Cheddarchet said:
TheBlackNaruto said:

Legend of Dragoon for me is at the VERY top of my list. But I would also love to see

The Bouncer
Def Jam vendetta and fight for new york
Chorno Cross
Vagrant Story
FF8
Legend of Legaia
Saga Frontier 1&2
Baiten Kaitos
Rouge Galaxy
Onimusha series
Xenosaga series(along with Xenogear)

There are more but those should do for now lol.

Edit: and Skies of Arcadia can't forget that one!

YES! Loved Baten Kaitos, and it's yet another game more people need to play. I feel like it's held up pretty well, too. The metallic voice acting even kinda grew on me after awhile.


Yes the game was AMAZING! It defintely deserves a remake.....and another I thought of was Power Stone 1&2...more so 2.



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Faxanadu said:
Faxanadu

Didn't see that coming...

It probably needs it...I have tried to play it (never played it when it was new) and I just can't get into it...not sure what my problem is.

 



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Can't think of more as of right now. I'm not really big on remasters.



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E.T.



Gears of War trilogy - xbo

God of War saga (god of war 3 would look so damn bad ass) - ps4

mario galaxy 1 & 2 remastered - wiiu
mario rpg remastered - wiiu




 

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LiquorandGunFun said:
Gears of War trilogy - xbo

God of War saga (god of war 3 would look so damn bad ass) - ps4

mario galaxy 1 & 2 remastered - wiiu
mario rpg remastered - wiiu


Wouldn't you rather have a Mario RPG remake?  I don't think SNES visuals would hold up as they were then.  



Cheddarchet said:
ninjaman003 said:
Cheddarchet said:

Isn't Baten Kaitos like a trading card game, how does that work?


Not really, no. It's a jrpg, and your moveset is taken from cards in a deck. That's the only part of it that really has a tcg feel. You can buy the magnus (what they call the cards) from any shop like you would equipment in a normal jrpg. Otherwise, you level your characters, gain special skills (from cards) as you get further in the game, and all that jazz. It's just very, very well done. The battle system is actually fairly tricky, the semi-real time setup takes a little getting used to, but its' good.

I might have to look in to it then.