Discussion in 'Final Fantasy Discussion' started by ChrisB, Sep 30, 2016.
what do people make of this And who's actually buying it?
I keep telling myself I'm not interested and I won't buy it. So, you can probably catch my stream live on release day. Lol.
I was going to buy it day one but I can only really afford to get one game per month for now(other expenses atm).
I'm passing - isn't really my scene. I have no doubt of its quality and appeal to fans of the series, though.
I´m not buying just because I still don´t own any of the platforms it´ll be available. Definetely adorable though.
Free playable demo coming October 17th
i like the opening, kinda charming.
I like what I've seen so far, but I'm holding out until the demo is released and I've played it enough to get a grip about the game's mechanics.
That's where I'm at. I still have absolutely no idea if I want this game or not. I'm very curious about the demo, though.
If Dragon Quest Builders wasn't coming out in 2 days I would have bought it day 1.
I hope the demo gives plenty of insight into the core gameplay. Not the frilly stuff, but actually allowing us to fiddle around with mirages and abilities.
Well, you have 14 days to finish it.
Getting excited for the game. Surprising as I kinda rolled my eyes at the first trailer release. Iunno... looks fun.
Really enjoyed the demo.
The trailer at the end was fantastic and got me truly excited to play the game. I won't have time to get into a meaty rpg and complete it before XV arrives but I will get the game.
played it and liked a bit more than i expected.
they got me hooked with the menu theme (and Mizaki) alone, but i ended up enjoying the chibi style and battle system; it got a lot of charm.
i didn't like how bland the dungeon are was tho, and the limited control in the field (you can't jump or something), also a few more lines for the npcs would't hurt.
the trailers at the end got me hyped.
I'm not much of an enjoyer of Tamer RPGs (the only exception being Kingdom Hearts 3D) and I liked the demo as well. Capturing monsters is far more comfortable than I thought and the stack battle system feels fresh and new without being gimmicky. My sole complaint is that the standard menu the game presents itself with (the button-shortcut menu) is confusing to me and I hope I can abandon it in the game proper.
I think the demo is self contained and the dungeon/npc dialogue in it is very watered-down just to keep the demo short and simplistic
Played this last night - It seems good enough to warrant me getting it. I think the battle system is pretty fun.
Found out that you have to actually pre-order to have Japanese voice option available?
Well, ain't supporting that shit.
Edit: wrong game, lol.
But still, nfw that's true.
The game's out now, but IIRC you need to download the audio separately (esp. for PS Vita since the game would be too big otherwise).
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