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226 ratings

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Above Average


posted by jdubb77 (STERLING HEIGHTS, MI) Mar 20, 2011

Member since Feb 2006

1 out of 12 gamers (8%) found this review helpful

way too much talkign and running around for me....I wouldnt bother

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Worth Playing

posted by Etrain (BONNERS FERRY, ID) Mar 21, 2011

Member since Mar 2011

3 out of 3 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

This game is actualy pretty good in my perspective. If you give the story a chance, its not as much of a bore as you initialy think it would be. There is a very nice amount of customization in the game as well and over time you get more to pick for clothing, weapons, shields, and guns. the combat is fun and gets a little challenging later in the game but it does get old after so many missions with the same monsters and in such little amounts of areas. This game deserves a solid rent

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Very Good

One of the Best

posted by Delorean (CRIMORA, VA) Apr 6, 2011

Member since Mar 2010

as a console gamer, I'm not particularly fond of handheld gaming at all. Infact, the only games I own for my PSP are console ports, such as: Persona 3 Portable, Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness, Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days and Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions.

Now that that's out of the way, let's skip to it:

I've played a handful of other PSP games, and usually their longevity is less than a week. It's not to say that Gods Eater Burst is without it's own fatal flaws, but I think it is one of the best releases I've ever played.

It does not possess a particularly amazing story, but the gameplay is quite good and I believe it is easy enough to get into, especially if you are a fan of the JRPG/Anime style.

While I'm not particularly fond of all the clothing options available, I am sure that you'll find at least 1 outfit that suits you just fine.

I think probably the biggest boons to this game are the understanding of Gun Weapons and the Bullet Editor. Throughout most of the game, if you do not understand them they're pretty useless with the exception of those instances where the enemy puts distance between it and you.

The game could also use some more variety in the Aragami Species, so it's a bit sad that the Pre-Order content featured some new missions and different Aragami.

And the last thing, I swear to god. There's nothing I hate more than wishing there was a freakin' R3 button there to turn the Camera with!

Other than that, I really see nothing wrong with the game and believe it's a very good release. I think the music and customization could have been a bit better, but hopefully D3 will grant us another installment with said improvements in a few years.

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