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- Mind Zero is an action-packed dungeon crawler RPG for the handheld entertainment Play as Kei, a Japanese high school student, whose life turns upside down when he gains the power of "Mind," a weapon/persona with deadly powers
- Control Your "Mind" - As you and the rest of your party battle enemies, use your "Mind" to do your bidding - unleashing powerful attacks. Master skills and become even more powerful.
- Discover Your "Mind" - Each "Mind" is unique in its abilities; however, as you delve deeper into the story, learn the dangers of these power "monsters." Are these "Minds" a blessing or a curse?
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The basic starting story to Mind Zero is a group of high school students join a pact with their demonic counterparts from the inner realm called MINDS. It's hard to describe more than that in a review without explaining a large portion of the story since the story isn't too in depth. I found the story to be interesting but it's an incomplete one. The ending does end on a slight cliff hanger which leads off into what I take it will be a sequel to the game.
Voice acting / music
Mind Zero is completely voiced beyond some side quests which is much nicer than switching between voiced portions and ones that aren't which a lot of these games tend to do. The voice acting is all very well done. The sound affects are rather horrible though in the game. The sounds of running sounds more like a door knock. Music was good but nothing that made the soundtrack stick out beyond a couple songs here and there.
Game play in Mind Zero switches between Story events and visiting shops in the outer realm and exploring dungeons in the inner realm. Story portions of the game are all done in static 2D character images. Instead of moving your character around on the map you just move from destination to destination.
Dungeons are explored in an FPS mode. Story events and bosses can be seen on the map before you run into them which helps you not lose progress by forgetting to save before a boss. A few regular enemy encounters can be seen on the map but most are random battles. The encounter rate isn't terribly high so fighting doesn't become an extreme grind which is nice. Battles are fought in FPS mode as well but you see your characters and their MINDS when they attack.Read more ›
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The first complaint I heard before I played it was that it is a Persona rip-off. It's not. If it was, it would probably be a funner game. It has the same dungeon movement mechanics as Personal Portable, but not P4G. But who cares? All games are pretty much left right up down. It has the same similar "group of high school kids solving a mystery" thing going as Persona....but so does every freakin JRPG game ever made in a high school setting. So, no negatives there.The "monsters",though, well, some of those are a blatant, lazy, sorry ass rip off of Persona 4 Golden monsters. Imagine the P4G enemies being drawn by a 6th grader and you have Mind Zero. It's actually visually upsetting if you remember the creatures from P4G, and you see the awful take on them done by this lazy company. Ugh.
Gameplay just feels lazy. The cut scenes aren't animated, neither is dialogue. The battles are repetitive, and you just get the same crap over and over for winning. Boring. The characters are just plain stupid, and the dialogee goes on foreeeeever and is full of stupid things and cliche's and very improbable conversations. Did I mention it's repetitive. It's repetitive. Very repetitive.
And the quests....oh my god. The quests. SO LAME. It's like the developers barely even managed to write a story on top of the initial storyboard layout. Each quest might as well just say "generic fetch quest with "X" number of items" or "generic interaction quest in certain order". Because that's all they are!Read more ›
It is not a Persona rip off, though there are many similarities, I think every JRPG of this generation follows the same formula with: high school kids having secret abilities that no one can know about busting baddies trying to save the world. FF has the light bearers, Persona has, well, Persona's, Star Ocean has the Symbology and what-not. Try it, and if you play it for for the entertainment its meant to be, you'll most probably enjoy it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Originally released for Sony’s PlayStation Vita last year, Mind Zero takes a page from Persona and makes something a bit different in the Wizardry Dungeon Crawling style. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chalgyr's Game Room
I really like this game. While it is similar to that of Persona 4 - and I admit that it's not as good as Persona 4 - I like the theme enough that I don't mind a similar setting... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Blue Rose
I'm a huge persona/shin megami tensei fan. So when I heard about this game, I jumped on board. While the game has some similarities to Persona, the unique battle sequences remind... Read morePublished 6 months ago by evangeline guanio
the game came in perfect plastic wrapping, it's a good game but gets a little boring with a lot of dialog. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Alaa Ibrahim
Extremely bland, tries to capture the feel of the Persona series and fails. Graphics look like something that should be on PSP and not vita. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Phillip Lee Corbett
Many times I find myself interested or even excited for a game based solely on the art style of the game. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sir Walter Wigglesworth
Not that good unless your a big fan of 2d jrpg. Personal I am not with the whole first person view and feels like an old pc game with good art work but that's all its going for it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Quinn