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A Quick Tip by Alhazardous

  • Feb 21, 2011
The best hand-held role-playing game, bar none. GS:TLA takes the formula developed by the first game, mixing Zelda-esque puzzles with beautiful graphics and one of Sakuraba's finest soundtracks, and amps it up higher than the series could possibly have gone, providing a mesmerising plot replete with unique and entrancing characters. The game is crafted with obvious love, improving the original in every way feasible (from the dungeon designs, through the psynergy, to the plot itself, amongst many other things) and shows just what could be done with the greatest hand-held console produced by any company in history. GS:TLA is worth a definite buy, for anyone who considers themselves interested in RPGs, even in passing.
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February 21, 2011
The best handheld role playing game? Hm, I think I would rather say that P3P is. TLA is still fun.
February 21, 2011
I don't know, man. Haha, I know it's all opinions, but I felt P3P was weaker than it should have been, probably because I'd already played through the console versions twice each. The female character didn't really mesh with me, and though P3P had P4's refinements to the system, it just...didn't click the same way FES did. I don't know, I'm just weird, and I love TLA too much. XD
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