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Downloaded the game then maintainance....finish maintainance then said region lock....wtf so why let people download if can't play?at least put CBT under game titles not hard isn't....why u give fake hope to people....u think all people download the game is living in Japan....next time if it still Beta make sure u put it on test....don't give people hope by letting them to download the game data just to find out most of them can't play....Uninstall a game that suppose to be undownload able.... Joke they say...
It is interesting to see how much Nexon thinks of their own investment in the game. The game looks more like previous titles by devCAT, despite their only noted involvement being the strategy engine. Nexon tends to exaggerate their role, though, so this is not much of a surprise. Games where they are primarily a publisher tend to be better.
The story is a bit slow. The dialog is fully voiced, but seems to stretch on for a long time as each character says short lines back and forth. The main story is separated from the parts that relate to combat and strategy, so at least it can be skipped without much loss in success. The Live2D models may provide some movement to the characters, but does not change that it is more or less a static.
The initial battle scene can be a bit underwhelming at first glance, but the skill animations and detailed textures make up for what looks like it will be a chibi mech fight. There are a lot of different suits to modify and upgrade, which makes it feel a lot like an alternative to Gundam. Each mech appears to be linked to a specific pilot, so there is a limit to how much customization is possible.
The mechanics are a bit unoriginal, but do not feel like a clone of any particular game. Minor upgrades make them new, despite this being a style that has existed for many years. They are also a good fit for the original story, which can be seen in English on Netflix if you cannot read Japanese. It is also nice to know you can experience the story without sitting through the tedious version in this game.
Despite being a bit slow and becoming auto battle by the third level, it seems like an interesting game with a lot of potential.
Nexon announced today on October 29 that the upcoming mobile game “revisions next stage” (iOS / Android) has been decided to release on October 30. It was also revealed that the number of pre-registr