Would you play NNK, if no monster hunting were involved?

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User Info: brianrpgfan

4 years ago#1
I am just curious how many of you are either not playing this jrpg or just not too fond of it because you have to spend some time taming familiars or hunting for them? Maybe you wish your human party members are stronger or far more useful than the familiars?

User Info: tmons78

4 years ago#2
I'd still be playing this if there was no taming involved. I just look at the taming as a bonus.

User Info: IMRavnos

4 years ago#3
Yeah I'd still play it.

User Info: roughdraft11220

4 years ago#4
first i didn't like the taming part but now i love it.
i'd still play this game without the taming

User Info: skp_16

4 years ago#5
Yes, definitely!

User Info: labyrinth

4 years ago#6
They'd have to tone up the damage of the main characters and some such.

But yes I'd play it. The main characters are actually quite good in battle if you look at them and their skills.

When I play games where I chose a class (class based games, or MMOs for instance), I usually go for the Bard type (Esther) or the Rogue/Thief Support type (Swaine).
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User Info: Lord_Ka1n

4 years ago#7
Probably not, its what caught my attention and made me want to check it out.

User Info: Zio_Dyne

4 years ago#8
The wide variety of familiars available to catch and evolve go a long way to compensate for what is a somewhat lacking battle-system.
The game would be really dull without the taming aspect.
I might have still been interested in it, but I would certainly have thought much, much less of the game.

User Info: paradisegamer

4 years ago#9
There would definitely need to be some compensating factors with the battle system, but yeah. The world, art style, and music are all compelling in their own right.
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User Info: JuanZolo

4 years ago#10
I never understand these questions.

"Would you play this game even if it wasn't this game?!"

That's honestly what I see.
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