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  1. #1
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    Jan 2020
    North Devon

    Default Sega games you really want to get into but find hard to

    I'd love to your choices on games you really want to enjoy, but put off by things like complex system/difficulty/slow starting etc.

    Mine originally was Buck Rogers on the megadrive, but I got it all down now and love it.
    So now I'd say Starflight. It's similar to buck Rogers but I've no idea what classes I should choose, what I'm supposed to do and "where the heck am I landing, oh I'll just pick at random... Oh nothing there/crushed by gravity ".

    Oh and perhaps Phantasy Star, the maps seem really dull but I have a feeling I'd enjoy it if I pushed my way through it.
    Last edited by BenFioren; 13-02-2020 at 18:34. Reason: Spelling mistakes

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    Jul 2019
    Stellenbosch, South Africa


    Typically the things I don't want to get into end up being the things I find it hard to get into. I did, however, somewhat want to get into PHANTASY STAR, if only out a sense of responsibility as a SEGA fan, but I'm not RPG-crazy anymore, so both PS and PS2 bored me when I tried them.

    I'm hoping PHANTASY STAR ONLINE might be a different story, and am considering trying PSO2 if/when it becomes available for me to play.
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