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NAtURAL DOCtRINE, developed and produced by Kadokawa Games (Steins;Gate, Lunar), seems to be designed as a pretty hardcore strategy RPG. Screenshots of the game show a bunch of different character combos and strategic formations where you appear to control a group vs group battle. While Natural Doctrine lets players change the difficulty level at any time, if any of your characters fall in battle it is game over!
The title screenshots evokes comparisons to Valkryia Chronicles, sharing many gameplay similarities. There are 5 listed characters, each with their own specialties (they fit fairly well into traditional RPG class roles) and in combat you can change your view between Third Person, Birds Eye (aerial shot of the battlefield), and an 'over the shoulder' view with limited zoom. You should be able to make good use of this feature as the differing heights of terrain in the battlefield will obstruct projectiles, but some seem to be destructable as well as surpassable with appropriatly angled projectiles and attacks.
NAtURAL DOCtRINE also supports cross-save functionality across all platforms!
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I won’t retype everything.
I bought the Japanese PS Vita version from playasia because it was not released to ps vita in North America.
The PS4 version we got was censored, upon release, and I have bought several copies of the PS4 version from all three main regions because I love Blue Reflection. If it ever comes out on switch, (fingers crossed) I will buy it again.
I am also one of those few people who prefer to own a legitimate copy of a game they stole a patched copy of off the internet. My Jailbroken vita and PlayStation (Vita) TV systems may have games downloaded from unauthorized sources, but I own at least one legitimate copyof every game installed. This also means my vita collection has a much higher collector and resale value (like I would ever sell them!) than just a jailbroken vita with a game rom dump.
Although I adore my Nintendo switch, the Vita will always be my favorite handheld console. The Switch is the best home console as I rarely undock it.
Anyway, Blue Reflection! The sequel (Blue Reflection 2: Light) isn’t quite as good, but sequels rarely are. The story is what it’s all about, and Blue Reflection is an amazing story, the sequel lost that and relied more on a cliché story and characterizations.
It’s not often that I play through an old game more than once, but the story and beauty of it makes me come back every so often!
Highly Recommended if you can get a copy.
If you have played the first game you will few like it's very similar, but also better, and there's new places to visit.
If you havent played the first game, this will be a better start point than starting on the first game.
I’d also like to thank play Asia for handling the mix up with the delivery
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