I kind of wish they went a bit longer with it. What if they had brought in other bosses from the other games? Could of also added other locations like Sotenbori or Hiroshima or even Yokohama.Trust me, it's the best game in the series; turn-based is not everyone's cup of tea, but it's done SO WELL in 7.
I beat Streets of Kamurocho twice, then had to make dinner lol; it is indeed a lot of fun, but very short. Still, had a blast and it will be fun to pick up, here and there.
Same happened to me with Yakuza 5. Took like a year off unintentionally. Need to make my second play be consistent.I went ahead and preordered 7. Here’s hoping that I don’t pull a FotNS and never finish the game.
Just got to the last chapter of 6 on my second run. Haven’t played it for a while before that, which totally sucked all the momentum out of the big secret reveal for me. It’s a shame, because I was totally into it like, two months ago and I was having a much better time with it story-wise than my first run. Now I’m back to barely understanding the significance of anything anymore.
I actually already tried giving the turn based RPG genre a chance years ago, I tried Chrono Trigger and Persona 4 which are two highly praised turn based games, but both didn't end up being my cup of tea.I knew (still, know) very little about FotNS and I loved the game; again, nothing better than an 8.5/10 or so, but there's a lot to like and a lot to sink your teeth into (I feel there's too much side content, but that's not necessarily a bad thing).
Trust me, Gyo; at the very least, I'd play the demo and see if it's your cup of tea; FFVII made me despise turn-based RPGS (outside of Pokingman) and I didn't pick one up (outside of Pokingman) for 14 years after it came out (that was the only RPG I had played in that time period, aside from Panzer Dragoon Saga). Then finally, PDS opened my mind to RPGs a bit and I got Skies of Arcadia and Grandia II for the Dreamcast; I was kicking myself for not giving turn-based RPGs a chance for all those years, as SoA is arguably the best RPG ever (ARGUABLY!) and Grandia II has wonderful charm, a great soundtrack and a phenomenal battle system.
From there, it snowballed to the Lunar series, I played some action-RPGs (Like Magic Knight Rayearth) and now I don't mind the genre at all (still don't like SRPGs though lol) and Lunar: Eternal Blue is my 5th favourite game ever.
And yeah, **** FF and the entire series; overrated crap.
The demo is asia or Japan only as far as i know, so you need a free Hongkong or japanese PSN accountI actually already tried giving the turn based RPG genre a chance years ago, I tried Chrono Trigger and Persona 4 which are two highly praised turn based games, but both didn't end up being my cup of tea.
But to highlight the bolded part, I wasn't aware there was a demo of the game. Even though the genre isn't my thing, I still would be open to give a free demo a try, but couldn't find it on the PSN store though.