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- A Trillion HP!: This big bad boss has 1,000,000,000,000 HP! How you defeat him is up to your individual strategy and training.
- 6 Deadly Sins to Love: In between battles, you'll get some quality alone time with each of your six Overlord Candidates leading your army. Can you have a love story even in war?
- Prepare For Battle: While Trillion sleeps, it's training time. Hit the training grounds and discover randomly-generated treasure chests or strengthen weapons at the Blacksmith's.
- Replay: Stats carry over with each New Game+ plus and there are multiple endings to unlock. With over 10 endings, there's even more reason to stand up and keep fighting.
- Voiceover & Language Options: Enjoy the original Japanese voices and new English voiceovers and sub-titles.
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Fighting Trillion by daylight, winning Overlord love by moonlight! Trillion: God of Destruction challenges players on the PlayStation Vita handheld system. It's up to you, Zeabolos, to strategically battle against this god with a trillion health points. With six Overlord candidates at your disposal, change the tide of battle through rigorous training, forging strong bonds, and making painful sacrifices, all to stop Trillion from consuming the Underworld in this groundbreaking and emotional strategy RPG. More than a thousand years passed since the legendary battle against the Heavens. The demons of the Underworld lived an evil, yet fulfilling life in peace. And so it remained, until the appearance of Trillion, a demon god of destruction that sought to consume the world. Its power unfathomable, it destroyed the Underworld's forces. Even Zeabolos, the Great Overlord himself, was defeated. On the brink of death, Zeabolos heard a mysterious voice from deep within. "It is too early yet for the lineage of the Great Overlord to fall." Zeabolos was revived, his shambled body patched together again by a young necromancer named Faust. Zeabolos gained the power of the Soul Grimoire, and decided henceforth to fight.
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And I came away satisfied.
75 hours so far, I feel I kind of got lucky in that I played this game the almost ideal way.
30 hours in I beat Trillion on my last overlord on my last move by the slightest of margins and got the base ending. Played in a casual fashion, completely unaware of the tricks to become overpowered, I experienced the full spectrum of grim emotions as it felt like I trudged to my certain doom, only to spartan out a bitter victory. Had I read the boards or a guide at the get-go, I probably would have beat the game on the first overlord and missed 90% of the story and 99% of the emotional experience.
45 hours of new game plus has gotten me 5 other endings, and a mastery of the game, but now it's so easy diminishing returns is really setting in. A traditional SRPG this is not. I'm not going to get out of this 300 hours like Advance Wars, or 450 hours like Person 4 Golden. A visual novel this is not. A JRPG this is not. They frankensteined a bunch of japanese genres together into a kind of addiction candy, and it went down smooth.
Person 3 Portable, on easy, is the closest this feels a kinship to. Story and leveling, rough and tumble. I guess it comes down to the characters.
Ashmedia, The Poster Girl, Mammon, and Levia are the only characters I love. Faust is somewhat curious. Cerberus was amusing. The other 21 characters are either mostly uninteresting or so annoying I gotta skip your dialogue. Maybe had they super fanserviced the rest of the character designs I would have been able to tolerate them on an aesthetic level, but in the end it isn't a deal breaker. It just felt like padding. This is probably the biggest reason why I'm feeling 4 stars instead of 5, but I don't regret my playtime or anything. Not every game can go all-in like Senran Kagura Estival Versus. In my time well spent, Ashmedia's hot springs event and Levia's ending are what I look back on as the highlights of the plot.
The game doesn't have a clock keeping track of the hours played, so I had to keep track on a scrappy piece of paper. Not the way I like to do it.
The free DLC to nep-nep the underworld I actually regret installing, as it kind of took me out of the experience, but at least I didn't install it until new game plus so it didn't ruin my first playthrough or anything. It kind of turned it into an episode of Dr. Who, which, for me, is not a compliment.
7 times the game froze or crashed, so save often, just in case.
Overall, I really got hooked on this and just plowed through it. I appreciate that the game design was a little off the beaten path.
In the end, I put about as much time into Trillion as I put into Hyperdevotion Noire.
Nothing wrong with a 4-star somewhat iffy game.
Think of your first Overlord you send out as a test dummy. This girl will make you familiar with the game and let you see what to change or replicate on your next few girls you send out to face Trillion.
It's the classic battle of Heaven against Hell. Satan the first Great Overlord rebelled against Heaven and was cast into the Underworld where his followers formed an army to battle against Gods. Other than the battles between Heaven that occasionally pop up, the Underworld is at peace for the most part until Trillion appears at Hell's Gate. Without spoiling anything that isn't stated in the Amazon description, Zeabolos the new Great Overlord faces Trillion and loses. He is revived by a mysterious girl and is then tasked with leading his six Overlords in preparation for a final showdown to save Hell from being removed from existence by the powerful entity.
The story in this game is solid...and it better be since 80% of the game is reading through dialogue and character development. All the Overlords are interesting and you will start to feel for them after sending them out to battle. The humor is there and all your favorite generic character types are there; girl who loves food, lustful girl with assets, treasure hunter, even the character who loves her boss but won't reveal her feelings.
Other than selecting training or reading through all the dialogue the gameplay is very VERY slim. Don't buy this game expecting an RPG like it states in the description. It's an idolmaker/overlord maker through and through with a sprinkle of turn based battles thrown in. Combat is simple enough. When you move the enemy can move too, and when you attack your "turn" is over unless you defeat an enemy then you can move and attack again. You have HP, MP and affection points. Affection points are important and can keep your Overlord alive during battle, these are built during resting and talking with your girls. Skills are earned through training and raising your girls stats, which are then applied during your few battles. I want to state this again, most of your gameplay will be selecting dialogue options and reading.
The English VA in this game is solid. I actually left the English option on, but a Japanese dialogue option is available for people who can't stand dubs. *EDIT* As the comment states below, the Japanese language option will have more voiceover than the English dub. Some of the English dub will just contain text, while the Japanese one will cover it in spoken dialogue. The music sounds good so far and in the settings you can even listen to music you have heard (but I think you have to beat the game to listen to it, which at the time of this review I haven't).
So with the gameplay, sound and an story covered without spoiling anything, I believe the best way to keep this review brief would be to list the pros and cons.
+Solid English VA
+Great Story, while dark is exciting enough to grasp your attention
+Game doesn't require your full attention so you can multitask if you need to
+Characters have great character development
+Setting/art style is beautiful and the character design is a plus
-Battle system is bland and not very fun
-Trillion is kinda lame...
-You will need to use your first character as a training dummy
Overall I recommend this game to people who want a different take on an idolmaker game, but this game isn't for everyone. I would give it a 3.5 out of 5 and that's because I really enjoy niche games. If you're looking for combat focused look elsewhere!
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the the combat system was pretty challenging and fun if you like jrpg I recommend this one