Hm, do you find that the font is too small to read in handheld? I don't recall having that problem. I'm glad you're enjoying it, I agree that there isn't a lot outside the story (the puzzles are pretty simple and there's a lot of back-and-forth) but I thought it was well-written in the kind of way you'd like.
Balla progress update:
- beaten the second big boss, unlocked the mountain.
- NieR Automata
- I'm guessing the fairground is everybody's favourite bit? It is pretty good, although I'm not sure about the hacking in the boss battle which I believe comes into play more later in the game. I stopped upon reaching the robot(?) village.
- I'm still playing it! Got a bigger oxygen tank, some fins, a knife, and several dents in my armour from Crashfish. Little bastards.
- Persona 4 Golden
- I've started this now, and it's the best evidence yet that the series as a whole probably isn't for me. I've not actually done much dungeon stuff since I've not rescued the innkeeper's daughter yet, but all my issues from 3 with the battle system and the choice paralysis on the social side still apply. I do prefer this one to 3, largely because of Chie. She's fun.
- Jack Move
- indie cyberpunk RPG none of you apart from Mas care about, and I've already updated him.
- Melon Journey: Bittersweet Memories
- uuuuuuh. I'm not even sure what this is, and I've played about an hour of it now. I think it's best described as an RPG-styled walking simulator, with Game Boy aesthetics and a writing style that apes the likes of Earthbound
. I don't think it's as good as those games though, the scenario is a bit too off-the-wall and the pace is slooooooow.
Balla progress update ends.