Nayuta No Kiseki (PSP the Best)

Nayuta No Kiseki (PSP the Best)

Compatible with Sony PSP™ (PSP™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide.
1w Usually ships within 1 week.


Compatible With Sony PSP™ (PSP™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide.
1w Usually ships within 1 week
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Falcom takes their players to a new world. Nayuta is in a lot of ways a new start for the company. Instead of implementing it with the command base battle system, the game is an action RPG that places extra emphasis on story telling. Gamers control the sword wielding Nayuta and the spell casting Noi, thus making the pace of battles faster.The story takes place in the seas of Siencia, where ruins crashes down from the skies. Gamers can feel the seasons turn as the dungeons change, the scenery adopts a different colour and different foes appear. The game also becomes more visceral by pulling the gamers closer through the horizontal view.

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Original Name  那由多の軌跡 (PSP the Best)
Official Release Date Mar 20, 2014
Genre Action RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0005896280
Catalog No.  ULJM-08069
Item Code  4956027126116
Players  1


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albiere (22) on 22, Apr. 2014 14:46 (HKT)
A Falcom game through and through (AKA, must play)
While Nayuta is definitely less crazier than other entries of Kiseki series, it doesn't mean the game's storyline is predictable - in fact, quite a few twists are pulled here and there. Also, it is surprisingly heartwarming, which makes it worth to play until the very end.

The gameplay is excellent - fully utilizing PSP's control, in addition to having balanced difficulty; not overwhelming, but not too easy. The boss battles require the player to figure out their weaknesses, which can change a few times even within the same battle.

The quests may be overwhelming for those unfamiliar with Japanese, so I suggest having a dictionary in hand while playing. No worries, however; NPCs and the stages required for the quests are always marked, which makes things easier.

As for the tracks? Excellent. Admittedly, I didn't like them much at first, but after playing the game, I feel they suit the game perfectly, and love them so much now.

In short? Buy, buy it. No need to worry about other entries in the series; this game, despite having Kiseki tag, is a standalone.
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