Well there were some minor differences from the PSX version, like Disgaea being mentioned on one of the store walls. Also instead of the gallery there's the Observation section. Oh yeah, and the Grandpa doesn't repair puppets.
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Gamespot's review seems to mention the new scenario like everyone else(beating the game) and Lioconvoy confirmed the observation feature. How about the encore of seeing the songs again?
For the scenario, I want to believe its a trigger in the main game like in other RPGs that does things of the sort, but if its a glitch then this is a major bug. We already have that black screen of doom in another topic. --- Pokemon Diamond FC: 0516-3773-5962 I like to use exclamation points!! My favorite punctuation and it just shows emotion!!
Another change is that the chests with Illustrations and Sound Bites (ATLUS USA!) from the PSone versions were all changed to chests with regular items as far as I saw. --- "I just can't find any good Tony Danza pics to get off to yet!" -Rvddude
Well, yeah, all the basic features are there. Encore, Observation, battle changes, maps, etc. What we're mainly concerned about are the stories from Tenshi no Present that seem to be missing. Still no word from NISA.
That's good to know about the other stuff! NISA did say stuff about extra songs, so I can't see them taking the stories out or else why go with the Japanese songs to be consistent of something that's not there? --- Pokemon Diamond FC: 0516-3773-5962 I like to use exclamation points!! My favorite punctuation and it just shows emotion!!
I'm starting to wonder if this was removed. It's not mentioned in the game's manual at all(I kind of figured it would be), and Ramza was not made aware of it for his review on rpgfan, and rpgamer's review makes no mention of it. Both Gamespot and IGN make mention of it, but I'm curious if they even finished the game. -_- I dunno...just a little strange. Thoughts? I could be completely off, but it seems to me it isn't in the release judging from the differing opinions.