Episode 126: Be Prepared for Fire Emblem – Q&A Quest
This week in Q&A Quest we discuss the history of the Fire Emblem series. We also discuss the recently released Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3.
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What is the greatest tactical/strategy rpg of all time?
Do you think confusing storylines in RPGs are intentionally surreal or do you think the writers are attempting to make a story for everyone to understand and missing the mark?
Like Kojima I believe once said that he didn’t intentionally make his stories confusing despite that reputation.
Seems like you missed my stocked questions from the discord. I’ll repost the actually interesting ones here:
-What do you think the qualities of the ideal “comfort RPG” are? Those games you go back to when you just want to feel comfortable and not worry about it too much.
-What kind of RPGs are the most replayable, and why? The genre isnt exactly known for replay-ability, but theres those few standouts, I think.
-Which RPG have you started the most times?
-If you knew someone, who had played video games before, but somehow hadnt played an RPG, but was interested in trying one, what game would you suggest to them for their first one? To make it a little more even, lets say the person is either a late teen or adult so we can rule out small children and the elderly from the equation.
People often ask for a classic final fantasy to go back to medieval setting. But was final fantasy ever really a medieval setting? And which ones are closest to it?