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Demon Gaze - PlayStation Vita

Platform : PlayStation Vita
Rated: Teen
4.7 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews
Metascore: 70 / 100
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  • Dungeon RPG Progress System: Conquer locations within dungeons to access better items and to draw out the boss!
  • HD Character and Monster Illustrations: Experience highly detailed and illustrated art like you've never seen before on the PS Vita's OLED screen!
  • Customizable Party Creation: Choose from more than 90 different character portraits, 8 different races, and 8 different classes and create your ideal adventuring party to delve fearlessly into various beautiful 3D dungeons!
  • Touchscreen Quick travel: Employ the use of the PS Vita's touch screen to quickly navigate your character through previously explored areas within dungeons!
  • Bilingual In-Game Voices: Experience authentic gameplay with original Japanese language/voices or new English language/voices.
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Product Description

Oz awakens to find himself in Misred - a cursed land at the world's western frontier-with a dark shroud covering certain memories of his past. The land before him contains many labyrinths that hold both treasure and danger in equal volumes. Without knowing where else to go or what else to do, Oz decides to take up arms in order to hunt down artifacts and eke out a living in this world that feels so new to him. One day, he will have to face his past, but until then, he has no choice but to trust those around him, and in his newfound abilities as a "Demon Gazer"

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  • ASIN: B00DVPMYXC
  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 4.2 x 0.5 inches ; 1.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 22, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,240 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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The other day, I had a conversation with an acquaintance about the Japanese game industry while putting some money down on my preorder for this game. I asked if he had played the rebooted Devil May Cry, and he replied that, no, he hadn't played any of them. In fact, according to him, he didn't really like playing Japanese games, as they weren't very innovative, and that any innovations found in current ones were already in American games twenty years ago. Of course, I didn't want to cause a scene and debate the guy in the middle of a store, but to me, it's this kind of gamer entitlement that is caustic towards the industry at large. Games don't always need to be incredibly innovative in order to be truly great experiences. As long as the experiences themselves are enthralling, and aren't complete rip-offs of other games in the same vein, them being radically different is not necessary to me, by any stretch of the imagination.

And it's because of this personal standard that, to me, "Demon Gaze" is not only a stellar example of its genre, but a fantastic game in its own right. Yes, we've all seen grid-based dungeon crawlers before, that type of RPG is nothing new. But when it's done this well, with characters this endearing, a plot this utterly bizarre and lovable, and gameplay so airtight that I can't help but want to sink every waking minute into it, the fact that this is a formula invented by games in the 80's tends to not matter. Because, as a complete package, it's excellent.

Players start out by customizing a protagonist out of a vast selection of portraits and naming them, before setting them loose in the world.
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This game is set up so wierd, and yet it works so well!

The dungeons/areas are all huge, and have several pockets you have to conquer individually. But the difficulty is BRUTAL, so you won't be able to do it in one go. You'll find yourself going into an area, getting killed (which is just the game's way of telling you that you aren't supposed to be there yet), and heading to another dungeon/area.

It sounds totally annoying, but the game uses this as an oppotunity to send you back to the home location (an inn), and have itneractions with other characters. Through all this is how you meet other party members, discover new mechanics, and uncover the plot.

The way it unfolds is difficult to articulate, but death isn't a long, drawn-out process; the screen fades to black, and you're back at the title screen. It eases the pain, and allows you to immediately pop in and try again. And while brutal, the whole package is handled so well (including splashes of much-needed humor) that it's never frustrating.

Such a freaking gem!
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Old-school dungeon crawling in 1st person meets an anime art style. I'm a sucker for most games like this and despite reading other reviews before purchasing, the fact that none of the characters or enemies are animated really bothered me after awhile, when I really hoped it wouldn't.

The story is pretty bland, though I didn't expect different since most jrpgs have mediocre to bad stories. The artwork is probably the highlight of the whole game, with detailed and colorful characters. This again brings me back to my disappointment over the lack of animation - these are gorgeous characters I wanted to see come to life. There's a lot of skin showing on many characters as well, which will probably be a turnoff to some.

The gameplay itself is old-school, but in a way that hurts more than gives it character. There's various classes to build your team with, however the XP grind is pretty slow (the money grind starts pretty badly as well), and through most fights you're probably just going to mash the X button repeatedly to get through and then heal up after. Likewise, the drop rate of equipment upgrades is pretty terrible, because the game wants you to make use of the summoning system in place. With this, you basically go to a particular area, "summon" enemies that will drop a certain class of gear, then fight them and cross your fingers you get something useful. More often than not, in my experience, you won't, and the gems used to summon these enemies get expensive very quickly (and again, the money grind sucks). And all of this happens, again, while characters and enemies do nothing but stand still and MAYBE float around a little bit if they're flying.
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These days with many game titles it has all become about the graphics and how realistic it can be. This game turns that notion on its head instead and with beautiful artwork, a fantastic music score, and great storytelling it becomes all about how immersive its world is.

Its style of gameplay is nothing new in fact it’s reminiscent of early PC games that many of the younger generation will not know so it will be new to them.

The dungeon crawling is fun and maze-like with hidden passageways and treasure to be found, and a similar experience to Metroid in which some areas are unaccusable until later abilities and items are gained. The auto-traverse system is great for getting across the map to areas already explored so going back through an area is never dull.

Seals are something unique to this game that is the major goals of each dungeon. With some having as many as 16. At these seals you can utilize gems to summon monsters which when you defeat them you then have control over the seal allowing you to change up which demons are in your party or save your game. Gems are not all the same some will encourage item drops for specific types of weapons or armor others increase the quality of those drops. Gems are dropped by monsters or purchased from the store (for a hefty sum). Encouraging you to battle in order to get better weapons.

The Battle System is fantastic simple to understand but complex to master. You have the ability to create a party of your choosing with multiple classes to choose from never locking you into characters with classes you don't like or want. This also means that if you don’t have a good balance the game will be even more difficult for you.
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