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Ralizah

GuardianKing wrote:

@Jazzer94 Yikes! Dragon's Crown is kind of pricy! I'm looking for something a little more affordable (around or under 25$).

It's $20 on Amazon right now...

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darkfenrir

Is anyone excited that Entwined is going to be in PSN for Vita? (and do you guys think that the DLC price of Muramasa Rebirth is worth it right now? I'm kind of tight on money since that I'll have a lot of games to buy during August-November...)

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Jazzer94

darkfenrir wrote:

Is anyone excited that Entwined is going to be in PSN for Vita? (and do you guys think that the DLC price of Muramasa Rebirth is worth it right now? I'm kind of tight on money since that I'll have a lot of games to buy during August-November...)

I thought it was only PS4 anyway don't get me wrong it looks beautiful but boy does it seem dull maybe I'll get it when it's £2.

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DualWielding

@darkfenrir, I'm not sure about entwined, I like the artstyle but I don't like the idea of controlling two things at the same thing with each stick.... I had trouble doing it on Brothers a Tale of two Sons but fortunately that game was not really dependent on precision, but entwined sounds like it is

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darkfenrir

@Jazzer94 I thought so too, but then I checked around and find out it's going to be released on Vita 1 month after the PS4 :3;

@ferthepoet Brothers is perfect for two player XD; My friend and I did it on that game, we finished it without much problem :3

Although yeah, entwind really does sound it needs precision, but I think the premise is interesting enough, but that's my point of view

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Jazzer94

@darkfenrir That's cool thanks for letting me know I'll look into the game some more and read some more reviews.

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Jazzer94

Forgot to mention that my copy of Virtual Tennis 4 arrived today (got it for £4) enjoying it so far.
@GuardianKing I haven't played the game myself, you might want to try asking on Pushsquare as well for a higher chance of a reply.

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moomoo

A game came out recently on PS Mobile called Musync. It's basically a DJMAX clone, albeit a much cheaper alternative. Pretty fun and polished if you want a fun little music game. Only 10 songs right now, but more are to come, supposedly.

GuardianKing wrote:

@Jazzer94 I would if the site wasn't so dead....

They gave Rorona a 9. It's the first in the series, too (albeit an upgraded version of it). I've heard that the following games are better (weirdly enough, they already released).
http://www.pushsquare.com/reviews/psnvita/atelier_rorona_plus...

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Best thread ever
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CanisWolfred

@GuardianKing - They're incredibly niche games, so I highly recommend doing your research here. I for one hate them and can't understand why so many people like them, but then again, the most research I did was blindly follow other people's recommendations. Don't do that.

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Wolfrun

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CanisWolfred

GuardianKing wrote:

@CanisWolfred I hope you don't mind me asking, but what are the games really about? From what I've gathered, it's like Recettear: part shop-sim and part RPG.

You're not even close. Seriously, you're gonna want to read up on this one, watch gameplay videos, etc. They're very love or hate, and it is entirely possible to waste a 60+ hour save if you don't know what you're doing.

Actually, as a general rule for niche games: they're games where you get what you put in. If you don't feel that you can muster the effort it takes to even read up on the mechanics, they're probably not for you.

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Wolfrun

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DualWielding

Atelier seems to be for people who dig item crafting which I dont

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Turnip

Playing through Gravity Rush and FFX right now. I absolutely adore GR; the art direction, the gameplay, the world--I love it all.

FFX is kind of a mixed bag for me.
I'm liking it infinitely better than the only other FF game I've played (not including spin-off entries, such as Tactics), FFXIII (mainly due to FFXIII having a terribly broken battle system), but there isn't really much to like. I'm only about 5-8 hours in, and I definitely plan on finishing it, but I don't see why people hype it up to be such a great game.
The blitzball minigame kind of makes me cry.

I also bought FF Tactics: War of the Lions (PSP) from the PS Store, and gisjdfnacmsllds I love it so much. I can't believe I overlooked this game until just now. It's shaping up to be my favorite TRPG. I love turning enemies into frogs. Ugh so much fun.
For anyone who likes TRPGs and hasn't played this one, I highly recommend it. It's only $9.99, I believe.
My only complaint is that, in the PSP version of this game (there's a PS1 version as well), there is a framerate slowdown/drop whenever someone on the field casts a spell, effectively doubling the time it takes to finish the spell animation.
This may not sound that bad, but it really is. It doesn't ruin the experience for me, but almost every time someone casts a spell, I think to myself "come on, just hurry up" while gritting my teeth.

I'm thinking of buying Tactics Ogre PSP or a Disagea game after finishing Tactics; has anyone played either these? If so, how well does Tactics Ogre compare to FFT? Also, which Disagea game should I start on--do they need to be played in order?

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Cringing is really fun.

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