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Submitted by combocaster 1014d ago | review

Legasista Review (www.ComboCaster.com)

Legasista is a new game from NIS for the PlayStation 3 which in my opinion would make much more sense in the PS Vita, but can not deny their quality. If fans of action RPGs, then you probably will enjoy Legasista. This is because Legasista has a simple combat system hack and slash. The entire game takes place in dungeons, which are naturally full of different monsters. These monsters usually try to kill us, but the player is given a number of ways to deal with these. These include fighting with the sword, using arc, blasting them with magic, plus a host of other weapons / abilities. This will address the most enemies, but can further increase the damage by hitting them from behind.
Apart from all the normal elements of RPG, the monsters come in many colors and sizes. It is not unusual to see a really big monster or find an extremely small. Although size does not affect the statistics, it affects the radius of attacks. Then meet a giant mushroom, it is easier to get poisoned than a smaller one. Apart from size differences, there are also several classes for each monster. Can distinguish them based on their color, they should decorate. This is because unlike most RPGs, certain classes are universally best. (Legasista, PS3) 8/10

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