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Yeah. I remember that trailer. It was way too soon for what the game was going to be, and then we heard nothing for about three years before the first real trailer dropped and...well.
It just seems like wasted potential. Hell, the fact Barry is from the states could have been used to talk about foreign singers compared to Japanese Idols. Show world building with him instead of making him the token Otaku guy.
Still playing this.
Just finished chapter 5, but both Tsubasa and Kiria are missing certain materials to craft specific weapons:
Kiria needs an Interstellar Sefirot, and Tsubasa needs a Black Scale, but I have no clue where to get either. Anyone got some advice for me. I don't want to miss any weapons if possible.
I would imagine Black Scales are dropped by dragon riders of some variety. I think there's a few in Illusory Daitou.
The Sefirots are dropped by gold enemies in Illusory Daiba Studios. 
Man. That sounds like a lot of work.
Thanks though. I'm gonna save this post # and page so I know where to find it what I need.
So I played through TMS on Lunatic mode, and man is it a different game on that difficulty.
Suddenly, sessions go from "moves that wipe out the enemy in one turn" to "absolutely necessary to barely scrape by with your life intact." If you don't pay attention to your party weaknesses, mooks will wreck your shit, and you'll lose hours of playtime if you haven't been saving regularly.
That said, it is deeply satisfying to beat a boss on that mode, as you know it's due to your hard work and effort.
Also, after starting New Game + on Lunatic, you get to upgrade weapons from the get-go, making it just a skosh easier.
YESSSSS, new remake for the Switch with added content! Now maybe it'll get some of the attention it deserved.
Looks like it's still Bowdlerized though.
I'll likely end up getting this, since if you can gut past the premise and cheese it's a decent game I hear. Of course Atlus managed to (kinda-sorta) squeeze in yet another Remake Girl. They're so predictable that way lol
It's a fantastic game. Can't wait to play all the new features on lunatic difficulty.
If I can finish the original version (which means fixing my Wii U) and can save the money for it, this is a buy for me.
I'm hoping for a discount for anyone who downloaded the original version. It'd be nice.
Edit: Random thought: think they'll do a dub this time?
Edited by HandsomeRob on Sep 4th 2019 at 8:10:25 AM
Awesome. I was thinking the other day it's a shame I didn't pick this up when they were clearencing it at the end of the Wii U's lifespan.
So this announcement makes me glad.
Well I might get it if its uncensored. If not then still passing.
Yes, God forbid they interfere with your ability to see a blurry picture of anime titties in the background
There's nothing wrong with no wanting to support censorship. That said, I've seen people pointing out that it is still censored which sucks but isn't enough to turn me off the game.
From what I've been hearing, the censorship is still in the localization.
If you don't want the censorship, you could get the Japanese version since the Switch is region free. You might need to know some Japanese or get a translator to play it though.
I'm just saying, complaining about the incredibly mild and minor swimsuit biggifying in TMS is a rather odd battle to pick compared to, say, China removing all references to homosexuality in things.
I suspect the JP and localized versions will be the same.
I've seen people mention the censoring was in the Japanese Direct too so I'd say the Japanese version is also censored, yeah.
Rumor has it the US version will be the basis for the re-release in Japan as well. Which I'm sure will work out well for Nintendo.
The altered outfits are better though.
@asterism: Remember, censorship in games is only bad if it's affecting your ability to see nude girls. Otherwise it's not a problem at all.
Anyway, I mostly skipped over this game when it came out for Wii U because I wasn't particularly interested in getting it, but with the remake announced (and more interest in FE as a whole), I'm kind of intrigued. What's the combat system like?
So here's the trailer from the direct. Biggest takeaway from it?
You can finally speed up session combos.
Not the fact that it looks like Barry, Maiko and Tiki will either be playable, or at least be able to join sessions?
Well that's neat as well but I'd be lying if I did say the length of the sessions didn't grind on my nerves after a while. And seeing that we are getting 3 more playable characters faster sessions will be an absolute godsend.
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