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  1. Buy the PS3 and Vita ones. All the PS3 games have trophies (FF X/X-2, FF XIII-2, Lightning Returns). The PSP ones DO NOT have trophies (FF6-FF9, Dissidia, Tactics) as they are PSone Classics or PSP games. The Vita only ones have trophies (World of FF, FF X/X-2). The roadmaps you saw for FF7 and FF9 would be the PS4 versions.
  2. I platted the first one without ever playing a rhythm game and then this second one a few months later. I didn't think it was hard (I only had a little bit of trouble in the harder Hard songs and most of the Extreme difficulty) and I see you have played the Persona Dancing ones. I personally feel that Project Diva has a more natural rhythm gameplay compared to Persona Dancing and you only need to clear the songs on Hard for platinum so I think it is very achievable, around 5/10? It can be a boring grind though towards the end with the Diva Rooms as that has a time limit on how often you can give gifts to raise affection of the Vocaloids.
  3. If I could read Japanese, I would buy all the visual novels and anime based games available. For rhythm games, in addition to the ones mentioned and if you like anime then Miracle Girls Festival is super fun (uses the Hatsune Miku engine), and there's also Idolmaster Must Songs Red & Blue Board (uses the Taiko engine I believe). There's also the three volumes of Love Live but they are light on content as well Uta Kumi 575 and Hideboh Tap Dance Hero. If you haven't gotten the Asian English versions then the Super Robot Wars, Gundam Breaker and the SD Gundam series are great. For fan service dungeon crawlers there is the Genkai Tokki series, Omega Labyrinth (original or Z) and Dungeon Travellers 2-2. And lastly, there's the Phantasy Star series. These are just the ones off the top of my head that I would get and love to play, no guarantee that they are amazing games though.
  4. I'm just glad that we are getting Cold Steel III in a reasonable amount of time. XSeed's stuff may be higher quality but they take way too long (I would imagine releasing Cold Steel I and II when the PS3 and Vita were on the decline definitely did not help the games' sales). Here's hoping IV is not long after the release of III because I can't wait to experience the rest of Cold Steel's story.
  5. Haven't played Ys VIII yet but already excited for Ys IX . Just hoping it won't take as long to translate to English as Ys VIII.
  6. These two are so amazing that I will definitely buy again and plat. Bring on CS3 and CS4 2020!
  7. I got mine in June from Amazon JP (they take sales tax off if your address is not in Japan) for the White Minecraft version (comes with white Vita, physical copy of Minecraft and a pouch) for 17,000 Yen (~US$150), that was the best price I could find at a big-name site. You can change language to English in Amazon JP too so you don't have to blindly navigate.
  8. Alas, this is the final nail in the coffin. It was an excellent console and I still have a huge backlog of games to play on it so I have no regrets buying it.
  9. Well, my (already low) completion rate has decreased again. Wished I didn't sell my copy now (and I had already put off playing the game til late 2016), never expected a game to get this many updates...
  10. I got excited when I saw "Tales of Crestoria announced" thinking it was the next mainline game but then I saw smartphones... I didn't even realise that Tales of Link and Rays were shut down! I only briefly played Link but it wasn't my thing and gave up soon afterwards. I won't even bother downloading this one as I just can't keep focused on mobile games.
  11. A bit pricey but happy to grab the following two.
  12. When this happens to me, I do either one of the following in order: 1) Keep on going with the thought that once I finish this I never have to do this again and can move onto another more fun game 2) Give up for the day and try again the next 3) Give up for good as it is a waste of my time and I can use this to enjoy another game A lot of the times, I end up going to 3) since I have too many games and grinding for the same thing for another 15 hours means that I could have finished another entirely new experience by then.
  13. Parents bought me a PS1 and so naturally it was a progression... but it was only until PS3 where I started to really appreciate the exclusives and for me, PlayStation has the biggest range of different genres including my favourite: JRPGs.
  14. The following arrived earlier this month - Atelier Shallie Plus - Code Realize Future Blessings - Psychedelica of the Ashen Hawk - The Idolmaster Must Songs Red - The Idolmaster Must Songs Blue
  15. I absolutely detested this game. I hated the combat, the enemies that takes too many hits to die (ended up throwing them off the ledges whenever possible), the huge amount of backtracking (I swear 50% of the game is backtracking and doing puzzles for the 5th time) and the stupid decision to make the game more "dark" and "mature". I gave up after completing the first playthrough. I actually enjoyed Two Thrones a lot more and really liked Prince of Persia 2008 and The Forgotten Sands.