Don't feel bad, elsoldorado, I missed it on one of my test play-throughs of Project II. >.> And it's spelled Troia in the Project, TheZunar123.
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Quit now and save your time! Wild Arms 3 is amongst the worst RPGs I've ever played in my life. I regret the time I wasted on that game for much of the same reasons you've mentioned. There's nothing further for you to look forward to. It will continue to drag on on with nonexistent character development and broken, terrible gameplay right to the end.I was looking for your WA3 review, actually, to try and give me a reason to stop playing. I don't necessarily think anyone on the cast is whiny, just so, so fucking bland. They're just "there." It could be Virginia on her own, traversing the wasteland. The boys don't serve any purpose at all other than as game-play elements.
Now, don't let that stop you from Wild Arms 4 and 5 because they go in a different direction all around and are much better, culminating with 5 which I really enjoyed.
Here is my take on them if interested. I think I had a few spoilers in my Wild Arms 3 tirade. Beware.
Wild Arms 3
Wild Arms 4
Wild Arms 5
I might consider watching that if they can charge reasonable prices for it.Everything Sailor Moon ever has become unreasonably expensive, except for the new merchandise from the 2010s. It especially hurts my fellow doll collectors. The most recent release of Princess Serenity dolls, from 2001, costs over $100 USD, for example.
I mean, it looks like when ADV released the series last they wanted $160 for a 2-season set? That's about double what most boxsets cost.
Not surprising then that used legit copies of said set seem to have retained their value.