X Edge (officially given the name Cross Edge for English audiences) is a Massive Multiplayer Crossover Tactical RPG developed by Idea Factory and Compile Heart. It was released in 2008 for the Playstation 3, and published in North America by Nippon Ichi Software and by Koei in European territories. It is the first Capcom crossover outside of the Marvel and SNK games to be ported to American shores.While the game does feature a few playable Capcom characters, it has more in common with Namco X Capcom than the Capcom vs. series, as the former is a turn-based strategy RPG.A character sheet is in the making. Please keep it to Cross Edge-original characters.
Guide Dang It/Lost Forever: The "True End" is guilty of this, with requirements such as only defeating certain enemies in certain boss fights, NOT defeating certain enemies in certain boss fights, defeating enemies in boss fights that usually end automatically after a certain period of time, or triggering events in previous areas of the game that are only available for a small window of time, give no indication to the player when they become available, and typically disapear forever if the player continues with the main story without finding them. Parts of this are made easier by a New Game+, but other parts remain even then.
Lethal Joke Item: The Chicken Emblem. At first, it sucks so bad that you want to get rid of it right away. But if you upgrade it fully, not only will it become one of the best items in the game, it will also make you combo like crazy! Perfect for many bosses. The problem? You steal it from Lujit.
Level Grinding: You will find yourself doing a lot of this before traveling between areas.
Less over time, as the enemies start yielding crap tons of exp. The first area barely gives 12 at best on standard. The second? Well over 40. If you did Level Grind and accumulate TP to upgrade weapons, you have just reached the point of abusing your ability to upgrade stuff.
It should be noted that male characters have stat boosting costumes as well, however in this case the "costumes" are simply extra stat boosting equipment. Both genders have "costume" items that alter each characters stats, but only the females actually change their appearance.