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Re: SRPG Reccomendations

by marurun Fri Aug 04, 2017 10:27 am

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Re: SRPG Reccomendations

by MrPopo Fri Aug 04, 2017 11:11 am

ElkinFencer10 wrote:Yeah, I'm going to second the recommendation to stay away from Disgaea. I got about halfway through Disgaea 5 on Switch before I just got...bored. It's super repetitive and grindy.

I feel like Disgaea 3 actually managed to have a good enough balance that I never felt like I was slogging through (and the story was a lot of fun with some major fourth wall breaking being central to the plot). But then I went to play Disgaea 1 on the PSP and just couldn't get through it for the longest time; it wasn't until we did it for Together Retro that I was able to power through, and that required a bunch of very explicit grinding.
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Re: SRPG Reccomendations

by ElkinFencer10 Mon Apr 09, 2018 10:29 am

Play SD Gundam G Generation Genesis. It's basically Fire Emblem with Gundam. There are English Asia versions on PS4 and Vita. It's also been announced for a Switch port, but AFAIK that's staying exclusive to Japan.
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Re: SRPG Reccomendations

by Kuruwin Mon Apr 09, 2018 11:51 am

Personally i think the second and third game are worst in the series (haven't played fifth) First one is still my favorite and four comes close. I don't think Disgaea games require much grinding if you are just tackling the story but if you want to do postgame stuff then that's where the real grinding starts. Usually there's a level where you can easily get level's to get though the story.
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