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9/3/19
7:50 AM
1

I Read Through This Article First In The Morning, It’s Not Something I Do Often Because I’m Busy with Playing with my friends or being outside, But When I Read This I Was Definitely Speechless, I Was Happy that Your sister Got Her Final Request, To Be Home, Surrounded By People She Loves, You Never Know When You Will L Read more

8/22/19
4:31 PM
1

Same here. Grandia II was one of the best JRPGs that no one seems to have played. I also preferred it over Arcadia, though that’s primarily because I never was able to finish Skies due to my Dreamcast’s laser having alignment issues which caused it to lock up the game in battles. Read more

8/22/19
2:38 PM
1

I’m of the opinion now that predictable plots are what make JRPGs as good as they are at this point in time (maybe not when Grandia was released). DQ11 was trope after trope by I can’t get over how incredibly good it was.

8/22/19
2:12 PM
1

Definitely better than Skies.  Pacing and characters were far better.

8/22/19
12:11 PM
9

The “sense of wonder” is actually one of the best ways to describe Grandia. Thanks for the great read. It’s definitely worth its price.
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3/28/19
12:52 PM
1

Ok, that's hilarious. Thanks for sharing XD

3/28/19
10:46 AM
1

That is a sick cover. I browsed his channel a moment ago and he has some really cool tunes:

6/3/18
10:32 PM
1

I don’t know anything about Undertale other than I should play it- I skipped the content of this entire post- but as someone who lost his father recently, just wanted to let you know I feel you. I’m glad you’re getting the chance to do some grieving in a way that works for you.

5/31/18
6:20 PM
1

Got goosebumps when I read that. Thanks a ton for sharing, you’re writing skills are awesome by the way!

5/22/18
9:40 AM
1

I don’t read too much TAY articles nowadays but, this article may make me want to read more articles in the future. Again, thank you for writing this piece, it definitely must have been hard for you to come out with this story

5/17/18
11:34 PM
2

Thanks for sharing. I can’t imagine how hard that must have been...a bit of her lives on in you. It’s crazy how outside forces (art, movies, games etc.) help us deal with and cope with the things going on in our own minds and hearts. Glad she was able to go home on her terms.

5/16/18
8:55 AM
1

Thank you for writing this, it’s a moving piece that shows how video games can be more than simply pieces of entertainment, they can be a salve for life. I’m sorry for your loss, glad to read that you are doing better.