Gematsu tends to be pretty good from what I've been told. If you're looking for leaks and stuff, though, you're gonna have to dwell in sell savory places like /v/ or NeoGAF.
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The series only gets brilliant with Oath of Felghana/Ark of Napishtim and then everything till Seven. Seven was terrible too sadly. Haven't tried Celceta yet because of that.What did you find so bad about that one? I liked that game a lot more than Ys VI.
I'm kind of disappointed that Resident Evil 2 (Bio Hazard 2) gets no love. Though at least RE1 is superior vs the 5th one that came out last.The remake? Sure. The original? No freaking way. That game's aged like a corpse in a dungeon.
Let's cut Skyblade some slack and try at least to avoid the savage bash wagon: way too many people still consider a good thing what he did, especially among those who can't read a word of Japanese. Maybe he didn't do the most correct thing about other's people work, but still it's a nice feat.You know, that would make a good point if anyone other than hardcore FF enthusiasts actually gave a shit about this game. Unfortunately...
As someone who has not played them, I'm curious. How were they a step back from Gen 2?KaioShin has the right idea. A lot of cool stuff that gen 2 had was missing from gen 3. There was no Pokegear, way fewer time events, no multiple regions, barely anything to do in the post-game, etc. Granted, they're still main series Pokemon games, so Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald aren't bad or anything, but they just pale in comparison to Gold/Silver/Crystal. There's this fan theory out there that gen 2 were supposed the last Pokemon games released, but they were so successful that Nintendo told Game Freak to keep the series going, thus making gen 3 a bit of a rush job. It sounds somewhat plausible but who knows at this point?