- Oct 25, 2017
I am already in love with this game's combat system.
Your reserve will only grow as you recruit more party members over the course of the game.Just played a little bit since I want to finish RS3 first, but this is going to be interesting. I really like what I’ve seen of the battle system - hopefully it opens up a bit more once I’ve got a wider variety of skills.
How big can my party+reserve be? I feel like I’ll be changing a bit to heal up LP and the initial party of 7 seems fine, just curious if it gets bigger or if I’ll have to replace people.
It's so much cheaper for me on Android than on Switch. It's only USD15. I think I'm going to double dip to support Kawazu.
Ha yeah, it can see that happen. While not being that focused on dialogs there are many reasons to enjoy it a lot more if you understand.
That's the beauty of it.
See this thread's first post: defeat an enemy between two (groups of) party members on the timeline so they 'unite'.Ok the battle system is actually as great as the hype!
I have 1 stupid question thou:
How do you trigger a United Attack? I thought it was when an enemy is in between allies and you have them attack from both sides? I’ve done it twice but never when I was actually trying to so I am obviously missing something here lol
Oh that's too bad, this localization went from one good news to another it's a shame they didn't leave dual audio for those interested.Apparently not.
But it should be made clear that the voice acting in this game is mostly battle voices. It shows that extra care was put into the localization, but it's not as significant as fully voiced event scenes throughout the game. Some events are voiced, though.
(Edited to make it more clear)
thanks! I read the OP before I got the game and forgot that was there. Gonna have to practice getting these attacks it sounds simple but in the heat of battle not so much!
Check your Formation in the menu. It shows with how many starts you start and how you can get new ones. It was originally a Vita game.What decides how many stars you get for the next round? Does getting criticals add to them? I'm thinking I might just restart with Urpina if it's intended to be the beginner route, I haven't got very far anyway
Also was the game originally conceived as a phone game? A lot about it including the UI feel like it minus the gatcha elements obviously
Yeah, it is pretty standard stuff. Nothing bad, but it it only covers lines during major plot points and battle voices.
See this link:
Here's an overview of all playable characters in the game, their stats and their skill levels. Character names are based on the game files, so these may differ from the actual game.
No issues. I haven't noticed any slow load times, either. There's like a 5-10 second one when you load a game and very slight battle transitions.