Been 6 years since the last VC game, Valkyria Chronicles 3 was released on PSP. Now we finally have a new title but despite the Selvaria look-alike in the promotion illustration, it’s only set in the same universe and as the title “Valkyria Revolution” suggests, with the gameplay going through some “revolution”.
Characters from different Summon Night games find themselves landing on a mystery island where things falling from the sky is a everyday thing. As island dwelling Raj and Amu welcome the new characters, they try to workout what’s going on.
Usually game series get mundane after so many titles but Atlus pretty much took Persona 5 to a new level and refined it so much it’s worth a second playthrough. So here is a guide on how to get the Platinum trophy while you’re at it.
The trophies are pretty much similar to Persona 4 Golden but might actually be easier thanks to new features like skill bonuses you get from Confidants, the new name for social links in Persona 5.
You’ll need a minimum of 2 playthroughs for the platinum trophy since some of the conditions can only be satisfied then.
This guide was written based on my own translations of the Japanese game and not the official English translations.
Since the English version seems to be leaked to some people before the official release date, I’m slowly updating this guide to use the official trophy translations.
Game officially out in the West today. Hurrah! Now updated all trophy, book and request names with the official English names.
Added some tips on raising social stats.
So 10 years in the making, Final Fantasy XV is finally out. SE’s latest release which will hopefully restore faith in their fanbase after FFXIII didn’t go so well with fans. The delay doesn’t quite stop there since on the PS4 version there’s an additional 9.5GB patch to download on top of a 50GB install before you can actually start the game but, that’s not much compared to the 10 year wait for some fans and since we now have broadband.
In FFXV, the Empire has taken over with its Magitek army and with it comes dark times. Now Luna, a descendant from the bloodline of Oracles is claiming the powers of gods to help claim it back. Meanwhile her childhood friend and next in-line prince, Noct makes his way back from his roadtrip trying to catch up with her hoping to stop the menacing evil together and lighten her burden.
Two siblings Reynn and Lann find themselves in a deserted world where everything seems out of place but a “God” claims they’ve been around for a long time. Now they must travel around the world of Grymoire to find out more about themselves while saving it from the clutches of evil.
World of Final Fantasy’s gameplay is kind of similar to Pokemon – they probably played around with the idea from FFXIII 2 anyway. Fortunately, it plays a lot better. Of course, instead of being called Pokemon, they’re “Mirages” and to catch them you have to weaken them first but, Toseco takes it a step further because you need to use a certain kind of attack to weaken them further.