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- Each character possesses unique weapons and skills to battle the monstrosities within this strange realm.
- Unravel the secrets of Eclipse and vanquish evil from Morimiya
- Talk to characters, build relationships and forge alliances. Navigate the expansive cityscape of Morimiya City. Upgrade your equipment, play mini games and train in dungeons
- Enjoy additional tales of the Wielders that weren't depicted in the main story. Once you've completed the game, get access to an all new quest and carry on the adventure
- Play as the mysterious knight, White Shroud. Brandish unrivaled strength and the powers of light to take down vile monsters and vicious bosses
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Tokyo Xanadu Limited Edition - PlayStation Vita Limited Edition
Each character possesses unique weapons and skills to battle the monstrosities within this strange realm.
Unravel the secrets of Eclipse and vanquish evil from Morimiya.
Talk to characters, build relationships and forge alliances. Navigate the expansive cityscape of Morimiya City. Upgrade your equipment, play mini games and train in dungeons.
Enjoy additional tales of the Wielders that weren't depicted in the main story. Once you've completed the game, get access to an all new quest and carry on the adventure.
Play as the mysterious knight, White Shroud. Brandish unrivaled strength and the powers of light to take down vile monsters and vicious bosses.
Quest through Morimiya City and battle hordes of mind bending monsters
Top customer reviews
Tokyo Xanadu features an action based battle system, more like a Tales game minus the various magic options at once.
For Persona fans, what's similar to Persona?
*Fighting in dungeons in another dimension.
*Demons/monsters bleeding into the world.
*Getting the option to level up social links/friendships.
*Answering questions in class.
*Building up personal characteristics with points for reading books, answering questions, etc.
*Free time, during which you can shop, build friendships, and wander the city (teleport transport optional)
*A calendar that counts the days passed.
There are few anime cut scenes during things like end battle scenes, but a few hours in, I've only experiences one 6 second scene. Overall, the characters look very much like the Trails characters, and they move similarly too.
While I've been enjoying it, I can't say that it tops any of the Persona games, nor the Akiba series. It's worth picking up, and the review will be updated accordingly.
As for the Limited Edition, it's a paper box (Trails featured a hard foldout box, just to compare) with a small plush, a deck of game cards, a soundtrack, and a small art book.
Note: I will probably reference Trails a lot since the game creators borrowed heavily, the elements from the series.
The time is set up as a calendar starting from April and events take place over a 3-4 day period. The first 2 days are spent freely with other characters and doing quests. The day after are for investigating and crawling through a dungeon to fight a major boss. Then the game fast forwards to a few weeks later. The plot is interesting without being dialogue heavy. I mean, I finished the first chapter in like 1.5-2 hours. (The first chapter is primarily dialogue to introduce players to everyone and every place.) Then progressively more hours as you continue on. The plot could be fleshed out more, but you get the general gist. The ending is decent. Not what I was expecting, considering how everything started. Unlike Trails, the romance portion is lacking. From what I can see, the only choice is either Shiori or Asuka. But the plot line made you go towards Shiori. So, don’t expect too much in the love front. The events you choose between the girls doesn’t seem to matter.
Unlike Trails, this is an action RPG. There is no turn-based system. I like both systems, so it wasn’t hard to get used to. You are allowed up to 3 members in a dungeon. You can switch between the three, only one character fights, and pretty much hack and slash enemies that are visible on the field. And what is cool, you can revisit dungeons if you want to level up or miss a treasure or get the S rank. For the first run, I played it in normal mode and can be pretty difficult with certain enemies, but not insurmountable. I did not die once. I haven’t tried nightmare mode yet, but I will try it out on my second run through. There are 3 mini-games that reappear from Trails: Blade card game, Fishing with Rean and Whack-a-mole with Alisa. There is also skateboarding mini-game. I found it way harder than Trails’ snowboarding.
The graphics are good. Around the same level as Trails. There was 1 AMV - SPiKA's concert. There weren’t a lot of loading time. What little there was, it was when you exited from one room/building to another. The language is in Japanese with English subtitles. The translation is decent but I found a few grammatical/spelling/typing errors throughout the game. I wondered if they rush the Vita version and spent more time on the PS4’s. The music is okay. Nothing memorable but nostalgic. The only music I enjoyed is SPiKA’s song Wish Wing.
For the Limited Edition Set, you get a soundtrack, artbook, a Blade card set and Morimaru plush. The CD was appreciated since it had SPiKA’s 2 songs. The artbook is really good for what you get. There was nothing really new. There was mostly stills from the game and character design. This set also includes a Blade Deck! I always wanted to own my own ever since Crow gave Rean the updated deck. Now I just need to get another one. There is a mascot plush of Morimaru. It was definitely worth paying a little more.
Like I said, Trails’ fan should not hesitate to get this game. If you are into RPGs, you will definitely like it. I beat the game, with the bonus ending, in about 65+ hours. I got 70% of the trophies during the first run without a guide. And I will definitely will replay this game. So, you will get your money’s worth here. If you can wait, the PS4 version will be coming out in a couple of months. However, you have the time and money, get it. If you are expecting something like Persona 5, don’t buy. But I really glad I bought Tokyo Xanadu.