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User Info: Moonlitasteria

Moonlitasteria
6 years ago#1
Hey, guys. Two days ago, I was able to get a US review copy of the game and since reviews are under embargo at the moment, I am allowed to do little preview Q&A about the game for those still on fence or need more information. Most of you probably read so many interviews and watched JP playthroughs, that this is unnecessary, but might be useful to some. I'll be away from my computer for most of today, but will answers questions this evening if any. You can also drop a comment here (http://tinyurl.com/ofc9kga) to this post on my blog that pertains to the game. I rarely check my PM's here, so best to go with the aforementioned option as I get notifications that way. Anyway, here are a few questions to start things off and I know will be asked.


Question 1: Will this be on PSN and if so, what is the download size?
Answer: It will and the size is 3GB (3077MB to be more precise).

Question 2: Is this the same as the original PS3 game?
Answer: There are some similarities, but for the most part, this is a full blown remake. A majority of the story as been rewritten to reflect the inclusion of new characters, events, the mood, etc. If you played the PS3 forebearer it will seem familiar, but a lot of it is brand new.

Question 3: Does this game have adjustable difficulty?
Answer: The Remake System (aka: Plan) serves that purpose to a degree. You can do things like raise enemy strength (or weaken them) and even get stronger enemies to spawn in a specific zones. Without taking the remake system into account, the game is moderately tough, but nothing
level grinding and utilizing the disc dev system will not fix most of the time.

Question 4: Does this game have dual audio?
Answer: Yes, this game does have both English and Japanese voiceover options.
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User Info: Blancshammer

Blancshammer
6 years ago#2
How much of the english audio is dubbed compared to the japanese dub? Alot or did they only dub half like in victory?
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User Info: Akuro19

Akuro19
6 years ago#3
Is there anything more to do post game? such as bonus side stories, or will it stay as bonus secret bosses, like shiva and delphinus?
http://i.imgur.com/KcBBPK1.jpg

User Info: Sephiroth Clone

Sephiroth Clone
6 years ago#4
Do MAGES and the other characters join your party in the story or they are DLC?
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User Info: SpeckTech

SpeckTech
6 years ago#5
how do people even get review copies of games? It seems kinda random to me...
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User Info: Pigeon_Senpai

Pigeon_Senpai
6 years ago#6
How is the the audio quality of the game?

From the trailer the English voices sounded kind of quiet.
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User Info: HyperD_Noire_BH

HyperD_Noire_BH
6 years ago#7
Moonlitasteria posted...
Hey, guys. Two days ago, I was able to get a US review copy of the game and since reviews are under embargo at the moment, I am allowed to do little preview Q&A about the game for those still on fence or need more information. Most of you probably read so many interviews and watched JP playthroughs, that this is unnecessary, but might be useful to some. I'll be away from my computer for most of today, but will answers questions this evening if any. You can also drop a comment here (http://tinyurl.com/ofc9kga) to this post on my blog that pertains to the game. I rarely check my PM's here, so best to go with the aforementioned option as I get notifications that way. Anyway, here are a few questions to start things off and I know will be asked.



Question 1: Will this be on PSN and if so, what is the download size?
Answer: It will and the size is 3GB (3077MB to be more precise).

Question 2: Is this the same as the original PS3 game?
Answer: There are some similarities, but for the most part, this is a full blown remake. A majority of the story as been rewritten to reflect the inclusion of new characters, events, the mood, etc. If you played the PS3 forebearer it will seem familiar, but a lot of it is brand new.

Question 3: Does this game have adjustable difficulty?
Answer: The Remake System (aka: Plan) serves that purpose to a degree. You can do things like raise enemy strength (or weaken them) and even get stronger enemies to spawn in a specific zones. Without taking the remake system into account, the game is moderately tough, but nothing
level grinding and utilizing the disc dev system will not fix most of the time.

Question 4: Does this game have dual audio?
Answer: Yes, this game does have both English and Japanese voiceover options.



OK OK, I only have one very important question... are these landmass songs still in it or does it use remixed versions at least?

watch?v=LZe5pS7KhEI

watch?v=6Pfa7EaEt-Y

watch?v=yYxbZfjQAjM

watch?v=uQnqPbgujYw

I always loved these more than MK2's and Victory's.
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User Info: Akuro19

Akuro19
6 years ago#8
HyperD_Noire_BH posted...
Moonlitasteria posted...
Hey, guys. Two days ago, I was able to get a US review copy of the game and since reviews are under embargo at the moment, I am allowed to do little preview Q&A about the game for those still on fence or need more information. Most of you probably read so many interviews and watched JP playthroughs, that this is unnecessary, but might be useful to some. I'll be away from my computer for most of today, but will answers questions this evening if any. You can also drop a comment here (http://tinyurl.com/ofc9kga) to this post on my blog that pertains to the game. I rarely check my PM's here, so best to go with the aforementioned option as I get notifications that way. Anyway, here are a few questions to start things off and I know will be asked.



Question 1: Will this be on PSN and if so, what is the download size?
Answer: It will and the size is 3GB (3077MB to be more precise).

Question 2: Is this the same as the original PS3 game?
Answer: There are some similarities, but for the most part, this is a full blown remake. A majority of the story as been rewritten to reflect the inclusion of new characters, events, the mood, etc. If you played the PS3 forebearer it will seem familiar, but a lot of it is brand new.

Question 3: Does this game have adjustable difficulty?
Answer: The Remake System (aka: Plan) serves that purpose to a degree. You can do things like raise enemy strength (or weaken them) and even get stronger enemies to spawn in a specific zones. Without taking the remake system into account, the game is moderately tough, but nothing
level grinding and utilizing the disc dev system will not fix most of the time.

Question 4: Does this game have dual audio?
Answer: Yes, this game does have both English and Japanese voiceover options.



OK OK, I only have one very important question... are these landmass songs still in it or does it use remixed versions at least?

watch?v=LZe5pS7KhEI

watch?v=6Pfa7EaEt-Y

watch?v=yYxbZfjQAjM

watch?v=uQnqPbgujYw

I always loved these more than MK2's and Victory's.


Lowee's original theme was so much better than mk2's version.
http://i.imgur.com/KcBBPK1.jpg

User Info: SpeckTech

SpeckTech
6 years ago#9
HyperD_Noire_BH posted...

OK OK, I only have one very important question... are these landmass songs still in it or does it use remixed versions at least?

watch?v=LZe5pS7KhEI

watch?v=6Pfa7EaEt-Y

watch?v=yYxbZfjQAjM

watch?v=uQnqPbgujYw

I always loved these more than MK2's and Victory's.


I think the soundtrack was remixed.
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User Info: TheDreadedZero

TheDreadedZero
6 years ago#10
Can you tell me roughly what the ratio to static screens of text to fighting and exploration is? I don't mind lots of story in my RPGs, but too much and the game just becomes a visual novel, especially if there aren't many actual cutscenes where you see actual movement. Static screens of text for the duration of the game doesn't exactly sound thrilling, no matter how good the story is.

It's not a knock on the game if it is a visual novel. That's just not what I'm looking for at the moment. If it's like 50/50 or something that's fine. But if it's like 90/10 then I think I'll pass for now. Can you clear it up for me?
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