Have you ever felt like assaulting someone in the street and forcibly removing their clothes for all to see? Well, if you would prefer to stay out of jail, this game provides an excellent alternative.
Drakengard 3 is a game where you get to kill a lot of things, ride around on a dragon, and destroy everything in your way. What’s not to love?
Well, quite a bit.
Just this week, the beta for the upcoming title Destiny was opened up to everyone on PS3, PS4, XBox 360, and XBone, so I figured I would give it a shot. While the beta certainly highlights the potential of the game, it also shows why it may not deliver.
Alchemy… adventuring… and everything JRPG. These were the ingredients chosen to create the perfect video game. But Professor Gust accidentally added another ingredient to the concoction… moe. Thus, Atelier Rorona Plus was born!
I had an initial post on this game a while back, but now that I’ve gotten much farther along, I felt that an update was necessary – I’ve carried over a bit of info from the last post, so you don’t really need to read both.
Even though the game is just being released outside of Japan today, I got my hands on a Japanese copy for my Vita a few months ago. Since I never played the original PS2 version, I figured it would be worth giving this remaster a try. While I have yet to put a large dent in the game, it’s safe to say that it was worth the purchase.
Let me just say this beforehand – since I’m playing the game in Japanese and only understand about half of what’s said (even less when they’re explaining game mechanics), my understanding of the story so far is… insufficient.