Dance, my puppets, dance! Let's play Eternal Eyes! [Video! Audience Participation!]

Freezair For A Limited Time

I Can See Clearly Now The Lame Is Gone

In this installment: Graphical glitches, BEGONE! I finally fix those awful text boxes (among other things). For a brief explanation of exactly what happened, the PS 1 emulator I'm using has a wealth of video plugins available to it, with a range of uses and games to which they best apply. Unfortunately, as Eternal Eyes was kind of an obscure game, there was no guide available to tell me which one to use! So I was using the "recommended" one. However, I played around with a few other recommended ones, and luckily managed to find the right one. Woo!

...There's also gameplay and stuff!


Yay, readable text boxes! Always a good thing. XD

PIKUCHI!!! I love that name for no good reason. :D

Also, I have to say it: I've never actually played a tactics RPG before. My brother had Final Fantasy Tactics, but I never tried it. This one kind of looks like a weird isometric chess game, and I seem to remember FFT being similar.

ARGH THE CROSSFIRE JINGLE. And yes, it did look cool in the commercials. I don't think I ever saw a copy of it, though, much less played it with anyone.

BWAHAHAHA random tickles. It's like the more physical version of pause-glitching someone! [lol]

I think I love Sheepface more the more I see it. And that dance everyone does at the end is adorable.

lee4hmz 11th Nov 11
Thank God someone else remembers that unholily catchy jingle. I think the reason the game never stuck around wasn't because it was weird and complicated, but because the Geneva Convention actually declared it a method of torture.
FreezairForALimitedTime 11th Nov 11
All I remember is that you had little pinballs that ran into each other; the commercials never went into the rules or anything, but then again, the jingle was definitely annoying enough. [lol]
lee4hmz 12th Nov 11