The 2011 entry into publisher Aksys' "Fate-slash" series is Fate/Extra, an RPG that takes nearly everything canon from the franchise's previous titles and ignores them completely.
What a bad review ... too long prologue ? FAIL. "it's largely dependant upon guesswork and luck." Untrue.. a good preparation and a little of intelligence ( such as running away when you're at disadvantage ) and 98% of the problem of the game are gone. If you pay attention and understand the system..you'll NEVER guessing except teh first time you encounter a new ennemy. this review missed all the good things about this game. game is awesome
im a huge fate fan and this game is lacking depth. the totally random paper rock crap sux. I die from time to time with bad luck of the enemy getting 3 hits in a row plus the extra attack just to die and start the level all over, wouldnt be so bad if u cud save where u wanted
facepalm. it's not random but whatever. anyone saying it's random clearly didn't understand how the system works
@tanir dude, here's a little tips for you to play this game - Use shock wave before battle and the enemy got stun for two turn - Use you're servant skill or code cast to cancel the enemy's turn - Also, memorize you're enemy pattern. Imho, all enemy's had two simple pattern. - Last thing, upgrade you're servant stats in the chapel. It's so fuckin simple and i finished this game for 30 hours in my 1st playthrough with Saber. And i agreed with redempteur that this game is a good game. I gave it an B for a fun / simple battle system and great story with diffrent ending.
I rented it on Gamefly. This game sucks ass. I'm surprised the reviewer gave it as good a grade as he did.
I'm about to face the second round master with saber at lvl18. I'm having fun with it.
I need another PSP so I can play this. Sounds like the reviewer just didn't take the time to learn the game... which would be understandable, if it weren't a reviewer's job to do such things.
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