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05 December 2004 @ 12:30 pm
I finished up Disgaea and got the crappy Hamlet ending =P

Apparently you only get the good ending if you go through the entire game without commiting any "Ally Murders." It's not like i was intentionally going around gacking my own party, but there must have been at least one time when someone accidently got caught in the crossfire of a large spell or something and got nuked.

So now i need to go through the whole game again to get the best ending, but that's not as bad as it sounds since there's a "New Game+" option. I did a little leveling on one of the maps that seemed designed for that purpose and my level 120 Laharl made the last few stages of the game a cakewalk, so the first 90% of the game will be trivial the second time through. The only question is how much more time do i want to spend leveling people and items and getting alternate endings before i do that.

I'm wondering if i want to stick it through till i get the good ending or take a break and start up Breath of Fire Dragon Quarter or Wild Arms 3.
Kirinkirinn on December 5th, 2004 02:51 pm (UTC)
I need to play Dragon Quarter. I started it up not too long after it was first release, did rather poorly about an hour in, screwed up the mildly confusing scenario-restart system, got a bit frustrated, and was promptly distracted by other things and never got back to it. If you're going to dive into it I'd suggest looking up the details of the "scenario overlay system" in a non-spoilery FAQ somewhere.

Actually, I need to decide whether BoF:DQ or Xenosaga is at the top of my "need to get back around to" list.
DonAithnendonaithnen on December 11th, 2004 04:36 pm (UTC)
Hmmm, i'll keep that in mind, thanks. Xenosaga is another game i own and need to play =P Breath of Fire and Wild Arms are just the ones that are next in the vague semi-existant queue :)