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| "Re(1):Makai Kingdom advice" , posted Fri 3 Jun 09:34|
Oh, good gosh...it's been a while since I've played it, so I've forgotten a lot. Maybe what I'm saying won't even make any sense, but I'll try.
Erm...in the beginning, I just did what I could, but in retrospect, I would recommend making units that can be reincarnated. I'm not sure that you can do that with the units that you create in the very beginning, so they may end up being rather useless. Anyway, this is obvious, but any unit that can't be reincarnated is useless in the end. Of course...you can always turn them into houses THEN reincarnate them.
I shot for unlocking the different classes as soon as that became a viable option. You're going to want an archer and a samurai for sure. Well...a samurai at least. I totally went for crazy offense and reincarnated accordingly. If I wanted characters to have better DEF, I would put them in a house that provided for that...though I would usually just put them in an ATK boosting building for 1-hit kills.
But I mean, don't get stressed about shooting for anything. The game is very open and the only thing that you should worry about is EVENTUAL reincarnation. I mean, don't get stuck on what you're "supposed" to do.
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| "Re(1):Makai comments" , posted Sun 5 Jun 05:40|
To Reincarnate...you just need an item with a star next to it. Or two stars...or more. You can start out without doing it, but it becomes...well, not a necessity, but more like a "necessary convenience" later. That is to say, someone could win the game without doing it, but...that person would suffer for it and wouldn't be very smart.
Iggy: I -really- loved Hanjuku Hero 3 for about 2/3 of the game. It got to a point where it was hard...but just irritating hard, not fun hard and I had to quit to keep from breaking my PS2. It has my favorite main character ever (I named him "Jordy") a (sometimes) fun system and almost more laughs than I can deal with. I have high hopes for 4 (after watching the opening), but I was really upset by the dismal sales. I think it sold...like...twice as many copies as Minstrel Song is STILL selling? I'm excited about Minstrel Song's success, but this is ridiculous. And Berwick Saga can go to hell.
I haven't gotten into HH4 yet, because I like NXC so much. I like it more every fight. It hasn't gotten hard, but...it requires a fair bit of strategy now, and I keep getting new characters and moves, so I'm happy. Well, that...and I skip about half of the dialogues when they start getting boring and Leon showed up.