I feel like getting a 3ds for MH3U and Castlevania MoF

#11Nophoria88Posted 3/11/2013 12:49:39 AM
ares9090 posted...
And MoF is a game to rent, not to buy.

- Way too short, only four chapters, and the first one is a 5 minutes tutorial
- No boss rush mode
- No sound test
- All characters play the same
- No online capabilities
- No cool unlocks
- No New Game+ with another character
- 0 replay value

Yikes, I liked the demo and was gonna grab it when it's cheap, nevermind lol.
#12bcorneliaPosted 3/11/2013 3:05:19 AM(edited)
MoF does have a NG+ option, though. Your moves and heart/magic/health upgrades carry over. Also, although characters retain the same core combat, they get different abilities, magic, and subweapons to distinguish themselves from one another.

First runthroughs will probably take around 10 or so hours to complete 100%. You can also collect additions to the game's bestiary/model viewer and there's also an additional difficulty mode that you unlock for beating the game.

I also disagree that the game has no replay value. It's fun to go through the scenarios again, especially once you know what you're doing and can get through things quickly. It's kinda like the classic Castlevanias in that regard.

The demo, compared to the full game, is bland and jittery. If you enjoyed that, I can't see why you wouldn't like the full game.

Also, it looks really good in 3D.
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