History YMMV / DigitalDevilSaga

30th Nov '16 6:15:08 PM BigKlingy
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* ThatOneLevel: The first floor of Co-ordinate 136, less for difficulty and more for it being just plain ''frustrating''. You have to navigate a maze of portraits to find the portrait of the "good prince", but walking in front of a portrait of the "evil prince" (read: every portrait that isn't the good prince) drops you in a pitfall to the dungeon, forcing you to slowly make your way back to the beginning. The problem is that each room has three exits, which are ''one-way'', [[TrialAndErrorGameplay and often two out of three exits will drop you right in front of an "evil prince" portrait with no way to avoid it.]] Making it even more tedious: each individual "evil prince" drops you into a different room of the dungeon, rooms that can ''only'' be accessed by intentionally falling... and some of these rooms have treasure chests in them. Yes, you have to fall for every trap, slogging your way back each time, if you're a completionist. Oh, and the EncounterRepellant isn't available at this point. The good news is the puzzles on every other floor aren't anywhere ''near'' as bad, and are actually quite well-designed and fun.
12th Oct '16 2:05:40 PM LucaEarlgrey
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** The Demi-Fiend in the first game has Gaea Rage, which just [[TotalPartyKill kills your entire party on the spot]] with [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill four-digit damage]]. At best. Since it's an [[InfinityPlusOneElement Almighty]] damage-numbers attack, it can't be resisted against. There are a few ways to trigger it, the most common being to throw up any immunities other than Null Sleep in mid-battle or to go into battle with any immunities on, in which case [[PressStartToGameOver he'll end the battle with Gaea Rage before it even starts]].

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** The Demi-Fiend in the first game has Gaea Rage, which just [[TotalPartyKill kills your entire party on the spot]] with [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill four-digit damage]]. At best.the least. Since it's an [[InfinityPlusOneElement Almighty]] damage-numbers attack, it can't be resisted against. There are a few ways to trigger it, the most common being to throw up any immunities other than Null Sleep in mid-battle or to go into battle with any immunities on, in which case [[PressStartToGameOver he'll end the battle with Gaea Rage before it even starts]].
12th Oct '16 2:05:07 PM LucaEarlgrey
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** The Demi-Fiend in the first game has Gaea Rage, which just kills your entire party on the spot with four-digit damage. At best. Since it's an Almighty damage-numbers attack, it can't be resisted against. There are a few ways to trigger it, the most common being to throw up any immunities other than Null Sleep in mid-battle or to go into battle with any immunities on, in which case [[PressStartToGameOver he'll end the battle with Gaea Rage before it even starts]].

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** The Demi-Fiend in the first game has Gaea Rage, which just [[TotalPartyKill kills your entire party on the spot spot]] with [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill four-digit damage.damage]]. At best. Since it's an Almighty [[InfinityPlusOneElement Almighty]] damage-numbers attack, it can't be resisted against. There are a few ways to trigger it, the most common being to throw up any immunities other than Null Sleep in mid-battle or to go into battle with any immunities on, in which case [[PressStartToGameOver he'll end the battle with Gaea Rage before it even starts]].
12th Oct '16 2:03:50 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ThatOneAttack: Got [[spoiler:Satan]] in the second game to extremely low HP? He uses Diarahan. Gate of Hell in both games counts as well since it hits everyone and has a chance to [[TakenForGranite turn you to stone]].

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** The Demi-Fiend in the first game has Gaea Rage, which just kills your entire party on the spot with four-digit damage. At best. Since it's an Almighty damage-numbers attack, it can't be resisted against. There are a few ways to trigger it, the most common being to throw up any immunities other than Null Sleep in mid-battle or to go into battle with any immunities on, in which case [[PressStartToGameOver he'll end the battle with Gaea Rage before it even starts]].
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Got [[spoiler:Satan]] in the second game to extremely low HP? He uses Diarahan. Gate of Hell in both games counts as well since it hits everyone and has a chance to [[TakenForGranite turn you to stone]].
12th Oct '16 2:00:17 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* SignatureScene: Despite being a sidequest that has nothing to do with the main story and requires slogging through a large part of a NewGamePlus to get to, the Demi-Fiend's notoriously difficult boss battle in the first game is one of the most well-known parts of the game.

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* SignatureScene: Despite being a sidequest that has nothing to do with the main story and requires slogging through a large part of a NewGamePlus to get to, the Demi-Fiend's notoriously difficult boss battle in the first game is one of the most well-known parts of the game.series.
12th Oct '16 1:59:44 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* SignatureScene: Despite being a sidequest that has nothing to do with the main story and requires slogging through a NewGamePlus to get to, the Demi-Fiend's notoriously difficult boss battle in the first game is one of the most well-known parts of the game.

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* SignatureScene: Despite being a sidequest that has nothing to do with the main story and requires slogging through a large part of a NewGamePlus to get to, the Demi-Fiend's notoriously difficult boss battle in the first game is one of the most well-known parts of the game.
12th Oct '16 1:59:26 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* SignatureScene: Despite being a sidequest that has nothing to do with the main story and requires slogging through a NewGamePlus to get to, the Demi-Fiend's notoriously difficult boss battle in the first game is one of the most well-known parts of the game.
10th Aug '16 11:40:32 PM Draghinazzo
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* TierInducedScrappy: Cielo in the first game, due to his iffy stat distribution and weakness to ''all status ailments''. This is possible to fix with Null Ailment, but this is only obtained very late in the game. He is RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap somewhat in the sequel due to better stat distribution.
10th Aug '16 11:29:37 PM Draghinazzo
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Heat was this to the Atlus staff at least during the first game.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Heat was this to the Atlus staff at least during the first game. He's fairly popular among fans as well, thanks to his AxeCrazy disposition.
7th Aug '16 2:02:57 AM matteste
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* AwesomeMusic: Shoji Meguro's score for the duology is typically considered some of his best and most memorable work. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TB_Al8lCKKE Muladhara]], [[https://youtu.be/42cUvzeHfo4?list=PL0008307CF3DC119A Manipura]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNZcHrpX3eQ&index=5&list=PL0008307CF3DC119A Sahasrara]], [[https://youtu.be/AFhXPvElNZ0?list=PL0008307CF3DC119A Hunting]],[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4PCOAJ80lo Battle For Survival]] and [[https://youtu.be/6XOEZIZMUl0 Brahman]] are just a few examples.

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* AwesomeMusic: Shoji Meguro's score for the duology is typically considered some of his best and most memorable work. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TB_Al8lCKKE Muladhara]], [[https://youtu.be/42cUvzeHfo4?list=PL0008307CF3DC119A Manipura]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNZcHrpX3eQ&index=5&list=PL0008307CF3DC119A Sahasrara]], [[https://youtu.be/AFhXPvElNZ0?list=PL0008307CF3DC119A Hunting]],[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4PCOAJ80lo Battle For Survival]] and [[https://youtu.be/6XOEZIZMUl0 Brahman]] Divine Identity]] are just a few examples.
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