Monday, March 28, 2011

Dissidia 012: Duodecim Final Fantasy - PSP Game Review

This game is an excellent hybrid between fighting and RPG. It has an epic amount of contents taken from the earlier Dissidia Final Fantasy, which incredibly fun to play. Just like other FF spin-offs, the game isn’t without its faults. You need to overcome a steeper learning curve, however if you are patient, the reward is simply incredible. Playing the game for the first time is like grasping a new, foreign language, which is rather difficult and intimidating initially. But in the end, it would really worth it. Completing the game takes patience and a good deal of experimenting. With the original Dissidia you may spend 100 hours to complete, so you should expect similar amount of time to complete Duodecim.

Gods Eater Burst - PSP Game Review

Of course, the game doesn’t ask you to kill or eat Gods. But in the virtual realm inside the game, humanity is being hunted down by an organism called the Aragami. It devours life for its survival and can assume different forms when needed. Only very few human remains, and under Fenrir, they intend to rebuild the world. The game is all about killing critters and gathering loot. It offers great ideas in the process, including complex bullet creation and transforming weapon model. Unfortunately, the game lacks enough variety. Additionally, Aragami may cowardly flee the combat, giving you hollow victories sometimes. Although there are better titles out there, the game does feel interesting for specific audience