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Why is there no E in the American grading system?
E is given for 'effort' and thus it's rarely seen and often assumed to not exist; not because of some gap in the grading scale but due to the American work ethic which is widely known to be among the poorest in the world.
Played some more SMT IV and I must say that I like the apps. They provide some interesting choices.
I am still not fond of conversations with demons, but I am long past the point where resources are scarce, so failure isn't that much of an issue anymore.
Is there some kind of consistent personality in SMT IV? I've played for a couple of hours and the demons react in all kinds of ways. Sometimes I give them three things they asked for, yet they go away, at other times I deny them once and they suddenly join my party.
This turns me off. The least enjoyable part of the game just got worse because of that nonsense.
There is also no in-battle bestiary as far I could see. They really expect the player to either memorize all weaknesses and resistances, or write them down.
Still though, I might just go to Gamefaqs to read up on demon recruiting. I don't think I'll be able to stomach so much trial and error at the expense of my resources. Grinding isn't an option with those EXP and stat gains, seems like recruiting, gaining a handful of levels to unlock all skills, and then fusing is the way to go.
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Well at least I have a positive record so far?...
outlawauron said: HylianSwordsman said: Lol, okay, so OPPW selling 1/2 the copies of the best selling game on 1/2 the userbase of it's platform means it's selling worse, despite the fact that it's the best selling Musou game in Europe, and sold 3/4 of the best selling game in Japan on less than half the userbase. That's to say nothing of Hyrule Warriors which sold a 1/4 of the best...
Mnementh said: That's just not true. To keep it to the example of EO:Millenium Girl - it just starts with the fact that the story mode has pregenerated characters, as the story needs fixed persons, in difference to the normal EO-way, there you can freely create and change your party. So no, making a more sophisticated story has impact on gameplay, and yes I like my classical party...
Occupation: Blood-sucking leech on society
Eye colour: Brown
Hair colour: Brown
Zodiac sign: Sagittarious
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