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Mind Zero (English)
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- Control Your “Mind” – As you and the rest of your party battle enemies, use your “Mind” to do your bidding – unleashing powerful attacks and defending yourself from harm. Master skills and become even more powerful
- Dungeon Crawling Action – Once you enter a dungeon, you will face a treacherous maze of monsters, all ready to devour you. Make sure to prepare yourself before you step inside!
- Discover Your “Mind” – Each “Mind” has unique abilities; however, delving deeper into the mystery, you learn the dangers of these powerful “monsters.” Are these “Minds” a blessing…or a curse?
Mind Zero Localizing West in PS Vita:
Aksys Games is very proud to announce a western release of the new Japanese dungeon-crawler RPG, Mind=0! An exciting action-packed game for the PlayStation Vita developed jointly by Acquire and Class Heroes developer ZeroDiv. Mind Zero was first released in Japan in 2013 and will be localized in Europe and North America with the help of Aksys Games. Relish the game as it shows off its gorgeous 2D Japanese art while fully voiced in English!
Discover Your “Mind”:
With over 50 hours of gameplay, numerous unique characters and moves, and a very mysterious compelling story, Mind Zero takes players into mind blowing battle systems with a free roaming map! Play as Kei, a high school student whose life turn upside down after he forms a contract with a “Mind”, a supernatural being that grants its partner powerful abilities. These powerful being can be summoned in battle to exploit enemy weaknesses but having a “Mind” also means that the Government will track him and his friends down to find out the mystery behind it. Discover what’s behind this mysterious immense power and will this new found power help him or devour him?
|Original Name||靈偶異界 (英文版)|
|Official Release Date||May 27, 2014|
|Language||Voice: English, Japanese|
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|Average rating:||(4 out of 5)|
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The best part of this game is the main story, which is relatively innovate and interesting. The side-stories generally struck me as pointless/annoying, in part because they don't have unique voice acting... there's only a handful of catch-phrases each character draws from to play alongside sidequest dialogue. The combat and character progression is not bad, but fell short of my expectations. Each character has a specific weapon and MIND, which cannot be changed. Abilities drop from enemies and can be equipped similar to items, but have different rarities, so you get an excessive number of common abilities, but have to grind for quite a while to get enough copies of rare abilities if you want to be able to equip one on per character.
it's a combination between a dungeon crawler an a persona game, however is not that complicated, the game itself is very simple and enjoyable, the story involving the game isn' t exactly an oscar award, but do his job to follow a theme. My opinion in general is that it deserve a chance if you have the time to play it.
If you are into dungeon RPG, definitely try this one! I enjoyed it a lot! The different characters to choose from and the story itself is quite nice too!
Kinda felt that the game tried to imitate persona too much and failed. still a good rpg just dont expect too much from it.
This game, is like a clump of every JRPG put there, having some of the good and bad. It has the impressive battle system, the okay music, the characters that make you go "meh" and the story that is as interesting as White Knight Chronicle's, pretty lame, but you can't hate it.
It is not a Persona rip off, though there are many similarities, I think every JRPG of this generation follows the same formula with: high school kids having secret abilities that no one can know about busting baddies trying to save the world. FF has the light bearers, Persona has, well, Persona's, Star Ocean has the Symbology and what-not. Try it, and if you play it for for the entertainment its meant to be, you'll most probably enjoy it.
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