It's a little expensive, but it's so nice to purchase something that looks and feels so well crafted. My daughter received a tricycle from a family friend a while back, the nondescript mass produced made-in-china kind, and though we appreciated the gesture, we promptly recycled it.
This tricycle is so cute you cannot take your eyes off it; it runs incredibly smooth; it takes a wee bit of time to get used to controlling it with the push bar (as you control the back wheels, and that's always a bit awkward and requires more forethought); I've read reviews and a common complaint was that the instructions for assembly are not helpful--I found them sufficiently apt, and was just a… Read more
There is no hard copy of the game... System alone retails now for $170, $40 for the game download; so the paint job is what fetches $80? Must be hand-painted by the game's artists. Or more likely it's a speculator selling a "collectible" out of stock item at a premium less than a week after its release... oh, yes - this is $200 in stores; not painted by the artist, marked up by wonderful middlemen.
I think I replayed the same stages a dozen times; I keep overlooking an archer in range of my Pegasus knight, or pick a fight with a weaker weapon enemy that ends up carrying a big punch and the 47% chance to hit lands while my 81% chance to hit misses (likely because I didn't account for terrain). But if this was no good, I would not replay it over and over again...
I do miss the in-stage arenas from Fire Emblem Sacred Stones; they allowed me to create a super unit (thief turned assassin) in a relatively brief amount of time, and that unit usually cleared one third of my maps (including boss/elite units); so far I haven't… Read more