Dungeon crawling and customization come first in NIS's new PSN title. And while it may not be entry level material, Nate insists that it has some great points.
I'll be the first to admit that I'm a bit biased when it come to games developed by NIS. I love every game they put out, and while they may not always be the greatest games, I'm glad they have been able to continue moving forward when many other companies have been faltering. I have a soft spot JRPG's, so I'll be picking this game up if only to support them.
The benefit of a low budget and relatively short development time. They're making more money off a handful of middling-rated titles than many companies make off of AAA attempts because they have such a low overhead.
nis is one of the last great devs out there.
No Atlus and Level-5 are also amazing rpg devs. Nis is also amazing
Atlus and Level 5 are both great devs. There is still some great talent out there, but they seem to be getting crowded out faster every day.
I've got a feeling the average score is going to be higher than this.
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