Once you kill an enemy, instead of one of your units attacking a different opponent, it will simply attack the space the deceased was occupying. It's an archaic feature, but it adds a level of strategy to the proceedings.How do you manage to order units to attack thin air? Did you break the game somehow?
I'm not sure why I found it so difficult...and in what RPG game do you not have to explicitly equip items?
When you buy equipment, the game asks you who you want to give the equipment to and when I went into the menu, the items all appeared in the right slots. What I didn't realise is that you actually have to go into menu, select equip on all of the items and then an 'E' will appear alongside the equipment.
I felt like such a dunce for making that mistake, but then I caught a let's play and noticed they made the same mistake so I didn't feel as stupid.
Still, I like features like that since they were a product of their time.
It begs the question, when you're going back through old games, do you prefer to play the game as it was made or search out the remake/port that irons out the creases?