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I was too during that generation. I vehemently hated the PS1 and all that it stood for. I saved up for an N64 by doing chores and stuff, and I vowed to never give Sony a single one of my hard earned dollars. Then a generous uncle gave me a PS1 for xmas in 1998 and it was kind of all over. Even though I wanted to love my N64, it just didn't have any games worth a damn versus the PS1 having every RPG under the sun. I just naturally ended up playing way more on the PS1. It wasn't halfway through the next generation after that, that I finally gave up the Sony-hate and just embraced being console agnostic. (I wanted to love the Gamecube, but you can only play Baten Kaitos and Wind Waker so many times; I loved the Dreamcast but Sega went and pulled the plug on it.)I was always a Nintendo guy, but all the RPGs going to Sony meant that there was always going to be a betrayal in the cards
Xenogears is a top 5 on my listPositronic Brain will remember this
Okay, I’ve been stumped for weeks now. What is this thread title referring to? I can’t think of any logos or games from this era with a red E in them. Someone please throw me a bone.
Are "it's like butter" and "lose your luggage" accurate translations? I've always heard butter pronounced close to the English word and I thought luggage was nimotsu or kaban? I'm really curious if these are slang phrases I've just never heard, which is very likely considering how little Japanese I know.
It was perfectly normal!