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This is the best one. FFVII is a brilliant game from start to end, and it's almost a miracle that it came to be this way at that time. Of course, there are some rough spots like the submarine minigame, but otherwise, it's a marvel in every other aspect. The beautiful OST, the strong cast of characters, the rich lore, and the story that never loses the thread make this game one of the best of the golden age Squaresoft. The gameplay is fun and creative, and it had it all in 1997. It will be a stone-cold classic forever, having influenced and influencing many others to come. FFVII is undoubtedly the crown jewel of JRPGs.
Played with Tsunamods/Ninostyle Chibi mods.
It wasn't as good as I remembered, but it's still pretty enjoyable. The change in the capsule order bothered me more this time around, and the character has a laggy start in their walking animation that really bothers me. However, it's Mega Man X, a classic, and I really appreciate the charm of the low-poly models, the cutscenes, and voice acting. It's a shame we never got to see Mega Man X 2-4 in this same style.
Hard to talk about this one. Really liked Kevin in SC, and a game entirely focused on him seemed like a great idea, especially since it's a pure dungeon crawler, one of my favorite genres. However, it didn't work out as well as I had hoped. There were many repetitive story beats, the structure wasn't good, and the pacing was really bad. There was just too much uninteresting information that buried the interesting parts of the universe, making this one the worst of the trilogy. The Kiseki writers could have used some editing to make the story more concise and interesting, and some parts could have been removed altogether (Kloe and school again? Come on). However, the OST is fantastic, and the gameplay is an improvement over the first two games. Thankfully, starting with Crossbell, the series returns to a more traditional JRPG structure.