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again thank you very much



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Videokameras said:

again thank you very much

You're welcome.

Now to go back to getting my ass handed out to me by Rusalka (Bravely Second didn't work out ).



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RolStoppable said:
The game took a nosedive. It's almost unbelievable just how bad it is. Just awful.

Wait wait wait, why?



 

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Conegamer said:
RolStoppable said:
The game took a nosedive. It's almost unbelievable just how bad it is. Just awful.

Wait wait wait, why?

Read at your own risk, contains story spoilers.

After you've restored the four crystals and headed to the pillar of light, your party wakes up in the initial town and realizes that the chasm still exists, as well as all the other bad things like the poisoned sea. Mission failed, so your task is to restore the crystals once again. Later on it turns out that you were sent to a parallel world which is almost identical. The only good thing is that you got to keep your airship and all the other stuff, so you don't have to repeat the entire game again. You can just head straight to the temples and defeat stronger versions of the same bosses again. If that isn't lame enough, after you've accomplished that task, you'll get sent to another parallel world and have to do the same thing yet again. There is also no going back to previous worlds, so you have to deal with the all around stronger enemies. 



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RolStoppable said:
Conegamer said:
RolStoppable said:
The game took a nosedive. It's almost unbelievable just how bad it is. Just awful.

Wait wait wait, why?

Read at your own risk, contains story spoilers.

After you've restored the four crystals and headed to the pillar of light, your party wakes up in the initial town and realizes that the chasm still exists, as well as all the other bad things like the poisoned sea. Mission failed, so your task is to restore the crystals once again. Later on it turns out that you were sent to a parallel world which is almost identical. The only good thing is that you got to keep your airship and all the other stuff, so you don't have to repeat the entire game again. You can just head straight to the temples and defeat stronger versions of the same bosses again. If that isn't lame enough, after you've accomplished that task, you'll get sent to another parallel world and have to do the same thing yet again. There is also no going back to previous worlds, so you have to deal with the all around stronger enemies. 

Read your spoilers and don't see why that doesn't make sense.

Once you figure out that Ringabel is actually Dark Knight Din (I mean, it's pretty obvious once you read the entries in D's Journal). Since it describes all the events the party takes before they actually take it then you could only have two options:

- Time Travelling
- Parallel Dimensions

Since Time Travelling has been done to exhaustion, i'm glad they took the parallel dimensions route. 



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Can't wait for my copy to come in January! That's what I get for not paying a local retailer premium.

What's the online component of the game like?



Panama said:
Can't wait for my copy to come in January! That's what I get for not paying a local retailer premium.

What's the online component of the game like?

There's not a large online component, mostly it's small time interactions via the Summon Friends ability (you can send/receive moves from your ingame friends, which can be used in-battle) and the bigger the amount of Net Invites and friends that you have, the more population you can get in the Rebuild Norende system (where you can unlock stores to buy better equipment, upgrades for special moves, components, etc).

By the way, for those who have the game, have any of you found out what components are for?I'm on Chapter 3 and still haven't seen any use for them yet.



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RolStoppable said:

So there is a JP+ skill after all. I didn't bother long with Freelancer, only up to level 4 and even then only to complete the tutorial quest; otherwise I would have moved on earlier, because I already had four non-Freelancer jobs at that point. But that means I could have had 20% extra JP all this time.


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tagged, should be getting this game very soon :)



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