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Posted by tylerh1701 on 13 November 2018 - 11:21 PM
Posted by tylerh1701 on 24 October 2018 - 10:25 PM
Masters of anima mini review
Just got the Platinum. This game plays like Overlord or new little King story, where your main character has a team surrounding him and you can place or send them in to attack. Overall, if you like that sort of game I would highly recommend this one. That doesn't mean this one is without faults, but it is solid.
I S ranked all the levels on the hardest difficulty but technically you can get all the trophies on easy. I definitely created headaches for myself but I like hard battles.
The first big plus is that it feels Tactical. While accurately controlling all your units can be a bit hectic, once you get used to the controls it's solid. Honestly, it's so Tactical I wish you could pause and play but if they did that they would need to make the game harder.
Leveling up gives you skill points that you can reset at any time. There are main character skills and unit skills that allow you to feel more powerful is you go along. Unlike new little King story you can't individually upgrade a specific unit, just the squad, but in return you get far more control of your characters in this game. In n l k s you feel like you're just spamming attacks, hear you do feel like you're commanding your battle.
I like the artwork but hated the story. It just felt a bit overwrought and over acted. It doesn't get in the way often though, only the few boss battles have a cutscene after the checkpoint instead of before it.
I found the game relatively difficult to S rank on hard. However, there is a trophy for a speed run under 4 hours. I did that on easy in under 3 hours, it was not hard at all and I steam rolled everything.
I thought the game was Shining Moments wear its puzzle levels. Three or four of the levels are large open areas with lots of environmental puzzles that were actually quite well done. All combat is in arena style areas against large enemies, so you can focus on the puzzles and work through them.
Definitely recommended to fans of the genre. I was starting to have burnout trying to S rank on hard but that was my own doing since it's not required to do this.
Told ya it was cool!
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Posted by tylerh1701 on 22 July 2018 - 03:17 AM
I think all the stuff looks cool. But not $200 cool.
But that's kickstarter. You never give money expecting your full value in return. Its nice that you get some cool stuff and helped contribute to the game being made. But if you treat kickstarter as an investment strategy you're gonna have a bad time.
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Posted by tylerh1701 on 23 June 2018 - 10:57 PM
Nope. I've had a PS4 for 2 years. Plus the entire time. It was released in the month I got it (2016).
**Infact, I'm positive this is the first time it's been on sale.
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You're positively wrong though. It's been on sale before. $12 last year.
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Posted by tylerh1701 on 21 June 2018 - 02:32 PM
From SonyRewards Reward Passes FAQ:This is bullshit. I already earned 12 in the past 6 months. Only 4 of the silver ones.
Are you complaining about Sony giving you free money? And that they screwed up on the balancing for the Gold Trophy pass making it way easier to complete than it should be?