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21. Posted: Thu 20th Sep 2012 22:41 BST
@Morphtroid - I got Gerard with Revive magic and a black suit. Also he has horns on the side of his head.
I'll be messing around with this for a while, odds are I'll get it.
It could be an error but here it lists it for 6.99. http://www.nintendoworldreport.com/news/31782 I know the official site says 9.99 so it will be interesting to what it will cost next week.
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22. Posted: Thu 20th Sep 2012 22:47 BST
I got James. . But this game is adorable! Will have to download the full version. :3
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23. Posted: Thu 20th Sep 2012 22:48 BST
Oh so you get a random denpa with Revive, nice.
Randolph is orange, btw.
Oh, and the first denpa I caught has my father's name, lol.
I certainly hope it's 6.99, but it will probably be 9.99.
Anyone knows how obtaining different denpas works?
Is it true that you get different denpas depending on your location?
It all sounds quite interesting. I'd love to hear how this system works.
Edited on Thu 20th September, 2012 @ 22:48 by Morpheel
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24. Posted: Thu 20th Sep 2012 23:03 BST
@Aqueous, NintendoWorldReport later reported the price increase to $9.99.
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25. Posted: Thu 20th Sep 2012 23:05 BST
So it's 9.99 or 6.99 as of now?
(Just making sure I read that right. )
Edited on Thu 20th September, 2012 @ 23:05 by Wonder_Mask
26. Posted: Thu 20th Sep 2012 23:05 BST
Theres a part two, to this game.
I hope it works like an add-on, and not making you start over
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27. Posted: Thu 20th Sep 2012 23:07 BST
@JumpMad are you talking about the new one in japan?
28. Posted: Thu 20th Sep 2012 23:12 BST
The new one is a sequel. You'll probably start it with all new characters (although it'd be neat if you could transfer your party from the first).
29. Posted: Thu 20th Sep 2012 23:14 BST
@RR529 - Thank you. Well I'll likely spend the 11.49 next week for it. (I added my tax in)
http://www.denpaningen.jp/index.html I used Google translate the image under the video says they are transferable to the new one Japan is getting.
@Morptroid - My camera started aimed at a black key board. Though I think your right, random name, shape, colour and revive for the first one.
Anyone get any interesting items while grinding? I found clothes called baseball that grant a 34 attack bonus.
Edited on Thu 20th September, 2012 @ 23:17 by Aqueous
30. Posted: Thu 20th Sep 2012 23:22 BST
Not trying to keep bugging you on this. But what is the difference between a japanese RPG & a american RPG. The RPG's I tried years ago were in the early 1990's for my american NES as a few rental's. Zelda titles to be specific. I got turned off quickly because of the long story line plus at the time I was a toddler when playing my NES back then. But then again I've alway's had a short attention span lol.
There's a difference between american RPG's & Japanese RPG's? Please explain because I'm very interested to know the difference. I'm being sincere not sarcastic about this topic.
Thank you in advance!
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Edited on Thu 20th September, 2012 @ 23:24 by Barbiegurl777
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31. Posted: Fri 21st Sep 2012 00:15 BST
I got Sylvester! He's light blue! And I LOVE THIS GAME. Anyone reading this who hasn't tried it yet: do so IMMEDIATELY! I will DEFINITELY be buying this next week.
Also: does anybody know how to use the Denpa Men QR Codes? Is that not available in the demo? It lets you view the QR code but I'm not sure how to download / share them? I caught a shiny Denpa with Hailstorm! When the full game comes out we need to start a Denpa Sharing thread!
Edited on Fri 21st September, 2012 @ 00:20 by Bazly
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32. Posted: Fri 21st Sep 2012 00:46 BST
How do you add new men to your party? D:
33. Posted: Fri 21st Sep 2012 00:48 BST
@Happy_Mask - There is a building where your men go. It's beside the dungeon on the "over world", you can change your party there.
34. Posted: Fri 21st Sep 2012 00:51 BST
Is there a way to open the locked door or is that the end of the demo?
35. Posted: Fri 21st Sep 2012 00:56 BST
@Aqueous I know that, but what do I press to change them?
36. Posted: Fri 21st Sep 2012 00:58 BST
@Happy_Mask - You can move them with the stylus by clicking and dragging or hold in a to move them. Move the ones not in your party down to where it says party and that should get them to the party list to exchange them.
@Alien_Mosky - It would appear to be the demo's end
Edited on Fri 21st September, 2012 @ 01:01 by Aqueous
37. Posted: Fri 21st Sep 2012 01:00 BST
38. Posted: Fri 21st Sep 2012 01:02 BST
The music in the game is so freaking good. Going to seee if I can use an american itunes card on the japan store to get it.
Also corn critter is all sorts of awesome.
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39. Posted: Fri 21st Sep 2012 01:02 BST
@Barbiegurl777, Traditional RPGs (or Western RPGs [WRPG] if you will) usually involve making your own character, and making your own adventure. The games usually have a story to play through, but the real meat of the game are the numerous optional sidequests (by choosing what you want to partake in, you're making your own story, so to speak).
Old game systems (like the NES) were unable to handle traditional RPG style games, so what developers did was make RPGs where a linear story takes center stage, and the characters were made for you (such as the Paper Mario series using Mario, instead of a character of your creation). There still might be optional sidequests, but they play a smaller role than does the story. This style of RPG, became known as the JRPG (as it was invented in Japan).
JRPGs: Final Fantasy, Paper Mario, Denpa Men, Dragon Quest, Pokémon, ect.
WRPGs: Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Fable, ect. (The original RPGs were table games like Dungeons & Dragons, and only recently have consoles been able to handle such wide open games).
I didn't know the difference myself, until a few weeks ago when @OlympicCho gave a very detailed description on them. Personally, I don't care for WRPGs, because I like following a story.
40. Posted: Fri 21st Sep 2012 01:05 BST
Oh wow I found a lvl 2 denpa with no antenna, (no magic) but his stats are about the same level or better than my other lvl 4 denpas.