Without spoiling anything, is there any reward at all for beating the higher difficulties? I'll probably start on hard... though I'm not sure if it's a good idea but eh, I don't want it to be too easy either. But I'd like to try lunatic afterwards if there's any incentive other than just saying I did it.
Well I started playing it and so much for wanting to stick with losing units... cause I lost my healer in the second battle No way was I going to just let that slide. But it caught me off guard from the demo cause the leader didn't move in that and I expected the same here. I was wrong
Yup, that's how I felt too after beating Ni no Kuni. It's nice to play Fire Emblem which is way more serious in tone (though still humorous... one part seriously had be laughing for a bit) and feel more structured gameplay wise. Not that Ni no Kuni is bad but its combat system could be better
Yeah I heard the systems are fine from someone else. It is weird though... I wonder if there's some connection between what's going on in the US and then in Canada. I've never seen a game just break the street date, especially not from a retailer like EB and most likely not a game from Nintendo.
@VofEscaflowne Oh snap! I went around to the mom and pop stores today seeing if anyone was breaking street-day but didn't have any luck, I guess I know why!?
Oh well guess I'll be getting this game later in the week, I don't really want the download version... or do I? Damn. As an owner of two 3DSes Nintendo's download policies are a real kick in the balls.
@GameDadGrant Yeah, I carry my black 3DS around with me but leave the XL at home so I'm always switching carts around, plus depending on the game some just look better on the small screen or vice a versa.