Gods Eater Burst
- Devour the Aragami gods that threaten the earth and discover where you stand in a dark, worldwide conspiracy
- Experience the highly anticipated, enhanced successor to the wildly popular Japanese hit, God Eater
- Wield the powerful God Arc to defeat the Aragami and customize your own weapons, guns, bullets and shields to further increase your chances of survival
- Embark on more than 100 all-new missions and battle 35 different enemies, ranging from fearsome ogres to beautiful and demonic nymphs
- Launch into a super-powerful attack, temporarily boosting your stats and special bullets, by transforming your God Arc into Predator Form
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- Platform: Sony PSP
- BBFC Rating: Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
They've descended on the earth with incredible power and might - but these gods bear no message of salvation. Altered forms known as Aragami, these mystical creatures plague the planet with forces of destruction and pain in a conspiracy that threatens to alter the fate of humanity. Only one weapon stands between these horrific gods and total apocalypse: the powerful God Arc. And only one warrior can rise to the occasion and lead the human race to a healed future: you.
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Very large crafting system, lots of weapons and shield sets to keep you hunting away at Aragami (monsters) for rare parts. It's not hard - nothing like as hard as Monster Hunter - in the main because of the excellent AI companions (up to three) who can join each mission. It immediately makes the game more like the online experience of playing with others because the AI really is top-notch (particularly when they resurrect you when you've been flattened...)
Very good graphics, blistering pace, good music and sound, an OK albeit slightly bananas story, and huge amounts of depth.
Only downside - because it's not very hard it won't last as long as Monster Hunter, I'm most of the way through Level 6 already and haven't ever failed a mission. Most Aragami can be taken out with basically the same fighting style. But, simply put, it's good fun switching from slashing sword to shooting gun and back again, charging around like a mad grasshopper as the Aragami hurl themselves around the screen.
There's a peculiar, and massively deep, bullet creation system under which you can fashion all kinds of bizzare ammo for your gun. Also, surplus more common items can be swapped for rarer items which avoids the brick-walling that Monster Hunter offers (repeated grinding of hard monsters in the hope of one lucky drop).
Great game, right up there as the best on the system. A real showpiece for what the PSP can do.
The God Eater setting is obviously different from monster hunter. Its got a crisis core feel to it; science fiction, an apocalypse and strange fantastical monsters - but it doesn't feel clichéd.
God eater is easier than Monster Hunter. The game becomes even more easy/too easy if you take the biggest and best NPCs on all adventures. The game is far less tactical than MHFU and more hitting and shooting is the solution to most problems.
NPC's in God Eater are quite sophisticated and are basically fully fledged characters. Early on in the game they are far more capable than your character (you can even important friends characters from other PSP's and use them as NPC's). Thus, how you use NPC's can act like a difficulty setting. You can choose a few less stellar ones for the easy adventures (tactics then come into play) or get in the best NPCs to help on very hard levels.
God eater is faster paced than monster hunter, but some of the settings feel rather small and pokey. At times monster hunter has a free running feel to it, but God Eater's environments don't offer very much interaction and are little more than arenas. Some with less detail then a Dissidia battlefield.Read more ›