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Owners of the Nintendo 3DS know the system has a veritable buffet of great and engrossing RPGs.
It's become a never-ending feast as seemingly every other month a new game is released that treats us to a delightful and well-crafted romp that has the chance of becoming somebody's new instant classic.
Characters only gain experience using skills or by defeating an enemy, so if you leave a grunt with a sliver of energy, there's no XP for you.
There is a class system, but I quickly found out classes don't matter.
Is it stronger or weaker than the weapon you currently have equipped? Sadly, this "I think it's fine" affair wasn't meant to be as immediately after Ansel flashed me some skin he went right back to hooking up with the various women on my team.
During my first, 13-hour playthrough of the campaign, I found exactly one consumable. When you engage with an enemy character, the screen switches to a "cinematic" fight scene that is anything but cinematic.
You can turn the cinematics off, which I did right after my second fight.
In the buffet of 3DS RPGs, is the day old, slimy tilapia Golden Corral employees forgot to take out.
"The Wheels of Fate Turn," "The Promise Ends Here," "A Comrade's Betrayal" -- that's elementary school stuff right there, and I don't mean stuff written for elementary school kids, I mean stuff written series, I cannot say for certain it ripped off Nintendo's premier RPG. You control a team of up to eight characters fighting against armies with troop counts that can be dozens more than what you have at your disposal.
You can double and sometimes triple the size of your team by hiring mercenaries from the guild to fight alongside you.