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  • MusicP4nda

    (。♥‿♥。)

    27. Apr., 9:35 Antworten
  • Jekku666

    Hahaha, well... what can I say? Cheers mate

    25. Mär., 14:19 Antworten
  • DEATHINFIREX

    Yeah, finished it. Last boss of neutral route is the biggest load of bullshit I've seen in a while. In the end I had to spend hours giving 2 of my demons "repel x" on almost everything, and have the boss kill itself on them. Other than that boss I liked it a lot. Really hardcore dungeon crawler though.

    23. Mär., 19:31 Antworten
  • DEATHINFIREX

    Yeah, I finished it. It was a little shorter than I thought it would be, although still a good 25+ hours. And there's an optional dungeon I didn't do, so I didn't get the super last boss either. Since then I've been playing Strange Journey. It's a little more story-driven than Nocturne. The aesthetics are SMTI tier though, so after playing Nocturne it's a little jarring. Since we're getting the HD demon models in P5, there's hope for HD SMTs too, and not just handheld crap.

    26. Feb., 19:18 Antworten
  • DEATHINFIREX

    Far as the social links go, I haven't played anything like them. Maybe Catherine has stuff like that. Never played it. You're probably best off just waiting for P5 to arrive. Who knows how long it'll take to get translated though. I'm just glad I don't have to buy a PS4 for it.

    25. Feb., 14:04 Antworten
  • DEATHINFIREX

    Never played The Answer. P3 is long as balls so I was pretty burned out when I finished it. I took a year break in the middle of it too. The only real hard bosses in P3 for me were Nyx and Sleeping Table, and I was severely underleveled for the Nyx fight. Funny, how Nyx is a normal enemy/NPC in Nocturne... Nocturne isn't that hard either as long as you're prepared. Having weaknesses will absolutely wreck you while having a demon who can null/repel AoE attacks basically wins the fight. Every weakness gives the enemy an extra turn, while null/repel makes them lose 2/all of their turns, and the same goes for you. Unless you've overleveled like crazy, there are a few bosses you will almost certainly die against on the first time, though. Oh, and there are no Homunculuses, so Hama/Mudo against the MC and instant game over is fair game until you get some resistances later on.

    9. Feb., 23:18 Antworten
  • DEATHINFIREX

    Yes, I've played it quite a bit now and it's got a pretty interesting story. Although I think the atmosphere is the main draw. And demon fusing and trying to get the best ones possible is always fun, just like in persona. Sometimes it can test your patience though

    6. Feb., 10:21 Antworten
  • DEATHINFIREX

    You crawl dungeons more in Persona. This is more of a standard RPG. There is an overworld and places on the map where you can go to. Random encounters everywhere, but the encounter rate is not that bad. Story so far is just "Someone blew up the world for some reason and you're now a demon", but I don't have much to say about it yet, as I'm not that far.

    26. Jan., 18:09 Antworten
  • DEATHINFIREX

    So far, Nocturne is like a post-apocalyptic adventure version of Persona. Once you remove all the social link stuff, that is. The battle system is almost the same, except you're a demon yourself and you get to choose your own stats and abilities and your party is composed of demons you recruit in random battles. Some of the bosses have been pretty unforgiving, but nothing unusual if you've faced Contrarian King and Sleeping Table. Also spells like Marin Karin and Shibaboo are actually useful.

    21. Jan., 18:44 Antworten
  • DEATHINFIREX

    EP on PS1 has a translation, but I haven't dared try it. Who knows, it could be just as good as the PSP version. Have you tried any of the mainline SMT games? I just started up Nocturne for the first time today.

    18. Jan., 22:04 Antworten
  • DEATHINFIREX

    It's weird, P3 combat actually took a step back in that regard. You can fully control all characters in combat in P2. And I'm pretty sure P2 is a fully standalone game and has nothing to do with P1 outside of some characters and references. You might be mixing it up with the fact that P2 is actually 2 games; Innocent Sin and Eternal Punishment, which are connected. Innocent Sin is the first one, which I've played. Haven't played EP yet because last I checked the PSP version wasn't translated yet.

    15. Jan., 20:55 Antworten
  • DEATHINFIREX

    That's a perfectly reasonable way to think. I've never played the first game, but P2 is a very different game to the new ones. The battle system is quite clunky and the unavoidability and frequency of enemy encounters has given it a bad rep. But under all that I found the characters much better written than anything in P3/4 and the story crazy and fun. The game has Hitler coming back from the dead because of someone starting a rumor about it, for crying out loud. Really, if it was remade with 3/4 style dungeon crawling, I think it'd be much more popular.

    13. Jan., 19:36 Antworten
  • DEATHINFIREX

    That thing's been there forever, P3 is definitely much better and so is P2.

    11. Jan., 20:12 Antworten
  • Syndicaidramon

    In the case of Clawerfield, they released a new EP today in fact. It's much better than the first imo, and I suggest checking that one out over the first one.

    8. Aug. 2014 Antworten
  • Syndicaidramon

    Thanks dude. Likewise. :) The most obscure of that sort of stuff I have in my library would be Assimilate, Mera, Clawerfield, Deadheaven, The Deathisodes and possibly also Sphere. Though I'm sure there's more as well. Let me know if you found anything you liked. :)

    8. Aug. 2014 Antworten
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  • MusicP4nda

    30. Jul. 2014 Antworten

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