I have this bad habit of playing RPGs with a guide and I want to break it.

I have this bad habit of playing RPGs with a guide and I want to break it. I can't have fun anymore when I'm constantly checking a guide. I just want to play and have fun. Pokemon games are the only ones I can play without a guide. I know this is embarrassing but can anyone help me break this habit or recommend me easy RPGs?

I swear to god Final Fantasy games have made me paranoid with missables and shit.

  1. 3 weeks ago

    Final Fantasy's not even that bad about this shit. I'd hate to see you play a tales or some bullshit ass compile art crap. Quit being a dumbass.

  2. 3 weeks ago

    Try headbutting a brick wall. It's a good way to factory reset your zoomer brain.

  3. 3 weeks ago

    Only current known cure for autism is suicide.

  4. 3 weeks ago

    ...just have fun? It's just a game, dummy. You won't speak with everyone, you won't collect everything, you won't have a perfect playthrough, and that's okay. Why should you be a hoarder of things that don't exist?

  5. 3 weeks ago

    I think the missables in the new FF games are negligible. It's not like the PS1 days where you'd miss the Hyper Bahamut XXX if you didn't backtrack around the world during an inconHispanicuous window of time.

    • 3 weeks ago

      >What are you currently playing?
      Current games do not have important stuff that requires some obscure path to unlock like in the 90s
      Just play and enjoy

      Square used to be a bit of an ass
      >Missed a target at the submarine minigame so bahamut zero is forever locked
      >Oh you didn't play cards again with edea at disk 3? too bad you cant get that one card that gives you the magic you need

  6. 3 weeks ago

    just search for missables if you care that much about them. any rpg that has them will have tards like you complaining about them.

  7. 3 weeks ago

    Try Skyrim anon. You can play through it as a Barbarian and not miss anything. You can roleplay however you want. Also, if you do somehow miss something, you are given the choice to use the console commands to get it.

  8. 3 weeks ago

    >I swear to god Final Fantasy games have made me paranoid with missables and shit.
    The key is to stop obsessing over missables. Exploration isn't fun if there's nothing to miss in the first place.

  9. 3 weeks ago

    You know OP, videogames are a relatively safe and easy way to deal with your fear of missing out and your bad habit. Try SaGa Frontier II. Just play and deal with what you find and the random sparked skills you get.

  10. 3 weeks ago

    play some Hat World


    there is currently no english translated guide or resource for this game, a truly insurmountable challenge
    there's also almost nothing missable

    • 3 weeks ago

      chud groomer. Don't play its fetish "game".

    • 3 weeks ago

      In most RPGs with missables the missable stuff isn't important. The great majority of the genre is easy and if you don't have Excalibur II or whatever you can just grind a bit and make up for it. imo the only times you should feel like looking something up is if the game has some specific, genuinely important thing you can miss like a true final boss and alternate ending, or if you get stuck on something and have stopped having fun figuring it out.

      This is good advice too. Amazing game all around.

  11. 3 weeks ago

    If you can complete a pathfinder game without a guide you`ll be cured of this illness for good. A word of warning though, you must do so before the next full moon or the consequences could be... dire.

  12. 3 weeks ago

    I don't play with a guide
    instead I play about 40% of the game before I realize why my build sucks and then I start over with a good build

  13. 3 weeks ago

    I play with guides and it does not diminish my fun. I came here to laugh at you.

  14. 3 weeks ago

    Know that on your first playthrough you will fuck things up, but that's to be expected. Most RPG's tend to have some relay value. Depending on what game it is, doing multiple playthroughs is probably expected. Just make your first playthrough a playthrough where you give yourself room to screw things up instead of trying to do a perfect run.

  15. 3 weeks ago

    On the subject of missables:
    If you spend too much time fussing over points of no return and 100% completion, that is time that could have been spent playing other games. You can go back and replay a game you liked a lot, but you can't replay life.

  16. 3 weeks ago

    Download game, disconnect computer from internet, now you don't have Ganker to distract you or guides to help you along.

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