I get stuck at bosses often and forgot to super run down the hall to break the floor to power bomb it. That burned me out and I switched to metroid II and are now running in circles trying to kill all the metroids. I've not beaten metroid II before so I feel like I'm missing out. With the gambatte emulator I can choose many fun looking 'mono pallets' and such, super gameboy makes Samus look kinda orange and probably looks the best but I tend to keep vb and 'gb' mode on. But I'll probably stop and play something else on my backlog like Grandia 1 before I end up dying from old age on the game(s) (I've not played). The pocketgo won't allow that though so I figure I might try out Oriental Blue or something instead that I've not played at all as it will run on it and JPRG's are easy so no stress. I've also never played through lunar legends, the gba port wood work on it.
Back onto Castlevania, on my normal computer, I was playing the Castlevania n64 and stopped when you have to carry around that bomb without jumping nor being hit. Too stressful D:
I quit games a lot in short.
The first two are indeed of my favorite games ever. I wish my pocketgo could play the second one, it cannot. First one acts like it will be okay though. Gpsp has a page on github somewhere complaining about how badly the second is programmed but I've seen evidence that the second pocketgo (of which you literally cannot buy as it's always sold out) will play it on it's regba, for mips cpu's, the first device is for arm so it can't do that emulator. At the same time I should probably stop using the thing in general but I feel at least safe from my android a bit having an alternative 'in the woods' sized device to rely on. Also technically it can read books but not really with no bookmark nor searching of text files. Also, one could use it's media player but I have not. I like 'general' devices.
But anyway, yes golden sun 1 and 2 are great.