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Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax (PS Vita)
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- Jeu import - version Japonaise
- Compatible console Française / Européenne (region free)
- Textes en Japonais (d'autres langues peuvent être incluses)
- Notice et packaging en Japonais
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- Plate-forme: PlayStation Vita
- Classification PEGI : Inconnu
- Support : Jeu vidéo
- Quantité pour l'article : 1
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version Japonaise, neuf sous blister(boîte & notice en langue Japonaise)Jeu non zoné compatible PS Vita Européenne Détails Langue(s) - Éditeur Sega Genre Combat 2D Joueur(s) - Date de sortie 2014
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Onto the review.
I can't say enough kind words towards Dengeki Bunko, as they are probably one of my favorite publishers of all time. I hadn't even heard of the existence of this game when I found it on the PSVita digital games list and instantly started freaking out. Although I have to admit I'm a bit bummed Sadao Maou is only a support character in this game and that you can only play as Emi Yusa in the PS re-release that added some bonus content, but I still decided to make due.
As far as fighting games go, this one is pretty basic. You have arena (aka arcade mode) and dream duel (you get a list of 5 characters to defeat one at a time in any order) modes to clear on every main character to unlock certain features. It really is a pretty standard 2D fighter in which you don't need to necessarily be able to understand to be able to play - although a word of advice: check your settings. I'm not sure if autosave was meant to be turned off from the beginning but mine was, ended up losing a good round worth of playtime before I realized this error. There is also a character customize feature that lets you buy color skins for each character and I surprisingly liked this feature more than I expected to.
I mainly ordered this version because it was much cheaper than buying the English release and, yes, I am that cheap that I would be willing to buy a game in a language that I can only barely read just to save a few bucks. However, that being said I was amazed that this was sold as a "used" copy. When I received it it seemed to be still factory sealed, though it could've always just been resealed, but still. It looked to be in the best condition possible and was my first pre-owned PSVita game to actually come with any sort of booklet inside it - in this case a fold out featuring each of the main characters and their skill buttons and other general directions as well as a couple of merchandise ads! I just found that part amazing in itself.
So all in all its a really fun game if you enjoy fighter games and want to play as characters that you probably won't see in any other games, in fact it can be rather addictive. Doesn't take long to clear each main character, but it still holds replay value.
Wonderful game ♡