The combat system and the graphics are pretty darn bad in Summoner, but it’s still one of my most favorite games because the story, characters, and music were just so brilliant to me. Maybe you can consider it a guilty pleasure.
I think I speak for everyone in the Rule of Rose fandom when I say that as we got older, the scariness factor of boss!Clara really lowered for us, especially when she spoke. “Hi-yah!”
Still got nothing on those imps though.
I think my favorite thing about The Legend of Zelda series is how awesome their storylines are. All of my Zelda games have had many replays because I feel like each time I play them I’m re-reading a favorite book or re-watching a favorite movie all over again. The difficulty of the games rarely has impressed me, but the stories and music will never get old and will never cease to bring joy to my soul, and that is why they will always be among my favorite video games.
I really miss the old games I used to play on my Nokia phone (Darkest Fear, Wolfmoon, Might and Magic, Fantasy warrior II…). They have been my first approach to videogames and I’m so sad I’m probably the only one who knows them.
Persona 3 showed me how to make friends with complete strangers and after having played it I made more new friends than I could ever had imagined.
The Batman Arkham games made me confirmed 1 thing: The only male I would go gay for is the Riddler.
I’ve given a name to every horse I’ve own in Red Dead Redemption and felt genuinely sad when they died or disappeared.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is the only game I have ever pre-ordered and/or bought on launch day, and I’ve been playing video games for 14 years now.
I really like Eternal Sonata, but I wish some parts did not feel like they were only there to pad the game out.
I miss the old Spyro.