Monday, January 18, 2010

NeoQuest

Currently I'm hooked to NeoQuest. It's a role playing game (RPG). I always fall for this kind of game. My favorites are Pokemon (Silver, Gold, etc). There are also another games I really like. Unfortunately, I don't remember their name. I've played them a long time ago and I've already lost the CD. Which is kinda disappointing because I still have one game unfinished but that's because it was glitched.

But the best RPG I've ever played is Digimon. I don't remember the full name of the game. Unlike the other RPG games I've played, its graphic is simply the best (haha chibi version of digimon!). The story line is cool too! What I like the most is the fight. Sure, it's like a card game (like in Yu-Gi-Oh) but I was really good at it. Most of the fight even the final one (really strong tough guy with super unfair strong support cards) are done in all 3 rounds! Oh, I love my cards! I've played this game over and over until it no longer works on my upgraded windows version. Oh, the lost.... I still miss it. I want to play it again. I might be able to find out how to make it work again now but I've also lost this CD! Arckkk!

Okay, back to NeoQuest. A long ago I tried this very same game. The skills I chose at the time are all offensive skills. Strong attack but low defense and no healing ability. I lost badly on the early stage which kinda sucks so I never played it again until recently (a few days ago haha).

This time, the skills set I chose are defensive and healing abilities. The reason I chose these is because I've played Kongregate's Monster Den (the link on the side board). So I know that all strong offensive abilities might not be a good way to go especially if your opponents are almost always stronger than you. Even if you win, you will lose a lot of Health Point (I know it's actually called Hit Point but Health Point make more sense). So either you stack up a lot of Healing Potion which will be gone very quickly OR you can stack up defensive and healing abilities. These are the important ones:

Defensive Ability
Evasion (evade physical attacks entirely)
Absorption (absorb your enemy's attack and use it to heal yourself slightly)
Reflex (your opponent's damage is reflected back on them)

Healing Abilities
Field Medic (regenerate your Health during the fight)
Lifesteal (when your attack, some of the damage might be returned to you as Health)

I absolutely love my defensive abilities. It's so fun watching your enemy hurt themselves by their own during. The best part is they can't hit me. If they do hit me, it's turned out to heal me instead :D My healing abilities are cool too. Combining these two type of abilities, I am almost always win my fight easily and for the record, I have no offensive abilities at all. All my attacks are normal attack but I might need stronger attacks in the future. Who knows?

Anyway, I rarely have to use the Healing Potions in my fight. Right now, I have a full and almost full stacks of Weak Healing Potions and Standard Healing Potions which is a good thing because The Boss is usually hard to beat so I might need those to help me win the fight.

NeoQuest is fun but I have a few things I dislike about this game. Unlike most RPG I've played, the map here is like a big difficult maze. I know I'm a bit of direction challenged but I am not usually this bad! I mean I don't even know where I am right now O_o

Not only that, I don't know the point of this game. I just walk along the cave and keep going down the level and collecting stuff from the monsters. I don't know who The Boss is and if there is actually a Boss. There are not much people to talk to but so much fights every single way.

I think it's gonna take a loooooong time to finish this game. Good thing the fight is fun (Yay, Absoption!) or I would be so bored to continue with this game. So, yeah.. since I'm focusing on NeoQuest right now I might not spend a lot of time on Kongregate's Monster Den (the link on the side board) for now. :) Wish me luck on getting the avatars~

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