The third game is the only one that actually holds up today. The original is really a curiosity piece because of how archaic it is. It’s the first well known JRPG, and it shows.
The second one is a little better, but not by much.
I just had to get used to not having a home button, but that only took a few minutes. Other than that, I love the screen quality, and I love using the telephoto lens to take pictures of stupid things I buy.
I don’t live in a very crime ridden place, so there’s no need for me to feel paranoid as the chances of me getting attacked are slim to none. If I lived in Detroit or St Louis, I doubt it’d be a different story.