I thought I could take this time to talk about (and possibly promote) a very interesting and unique indie RPG that I downloaded back in January, called The Tenth Line. It has been shown on FA's ad banners a few times, and the artwork in particular caught my attention. I downloaded it on a whim because I was curious when I saw one of the protagonists was an anthropomorphic dragon (something sorely lacking in RPGs today). After giving it a whirl, I have to say it's been a very fun title to play, and it definitely contains some familiar elements from other titles, such as The Lost Vikings, Valkyrie Profile, and Super Paper Mario.
The Tenth Line has three difficulty levels, but I would suggest "Give me the full challenge" (Normal). "I want a lighter experience" (Easy) removes some gameplay elements and limits your party's damage output somewhat; it also doesn't let you access the post-game content. "I just want to see the story" (Casual) might make you laugh to play, since it removes all random encounters and turns bosses into one-shot-and-out jokes (you can defeat them with literally just one move) so you can witness the game's rather impressively written tale without needing to grind for levels. You still have to get through the dungeons themselves, but with random encounters removed, it's a quicker journey.
Definitely a game I'm going to play to completion on Normal difficulty when time allows. I played through Easy the first time without realizing it, and my face sank when I learned I wouldn't get to do the post-game content. D: