With the Steam Summer Sale coming to an end, I finally decided to actually spend a bit more on this sale. One of the titles I picked up was Pretentious Game, which at first glance (and from the trailer) reminded me quite a lot of Thomas Was Alone. What followed was a somewhat emotional experience.
Battle Princess of Arcadias is a recent PSN-exclusive title that features Plume, a battle princess. The title is a side-scrolling beat-em-up action-RPG with tactical elements. Yeah, bit of a mouthful there, huh?
Symphony is a title that appears to have gone under the radar for quite a long time, especially for fans of Rhythm games. As a fan of titles such as Beat Hazard and Audiosurf, when I first found out about this title I definitely wanted to play it.
When we last left off I had just received my Fire job, the Geomancer. Now, as someone who is fairly inexperienced at Final Fantasy V, I thought this was going to add another layer of challenge to the Four Job Fiesta for me.
I covered what Frog% is in a previous post, so I won’t go over it again here. Oh boy. I’ve been pretty lucky in past fiestas as I’ve gotten strong starting classes. Last year, I got Black Mage, and this year I got White Mage.
I’m not going to talk about what the fiesta is, because you can find out everything you need to know about it elsewhere, so I am going to operate under the assumption that you know everything you need to, and that you’ve played Final Fantasy V before. (There will be SPOILERS!)