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[QUOTE] I have noticed that the amount of niconico bans that footage of this game has produced have reached historical figures (like, 99,99% of banned footage; it's like a re-conceptualization of "The Ring"). I wonder if this has something to do with Index Atlus has been extremely pro-active about killing Nico videos and streams since Catherine. Sorry, after skimming through this thread, I can't seem to find the answer (even though Iggy swears he saw it somewhere and most likely on MMC) : how do the Vita and PS3 version interact, exactly? I already know you cannot play online between PSV and PS3. But can you play locally? If so, can you each play with you own heroes? And can you transfer your savefile from one to the other? Ex. Let's say I buy the Vita version and a friend buys the PS3 version. Can we play together with our respective heroes in local multiplayer and progress together? Could I eventually continue the progress of my own single player mode on my friend's console and TV, then recover that progress on my Vita to continue on a trip? Thanks in advance for the clarifications! [/QUOTE] Gojira-- I think Vanillaware might've been thinking along the line of "well, this game is going to be played online by most people, we may as well make it function the same way offline as it does online". So yeah, getting a call during a boss battle or whatnot can be irritating. That happend to me last night, in fact. However, the game doesn't penalize idling after you beat a scene by spawning enemies. There's a lot of things Dragon's Crown mimics to the old arcade side scrollers (like for example when you get a Game Over, you'll see a countdown on the side of your name on the top of the screen and you can continue from the spot by spending in-game coins). However, forcing people to advance is one of the things they didn't adopt, which is great. It also gives time to search around the scenes, since you can actually scroll back. Chazumaru-- Shorthand reply, the answer is no. The PS3 version doesn't have an option for Adhoc connection, meaning it can't play local matches with the Vita. Also, you can't play with your data on a friend's console, at least not while he's using his own account (only one person's save data can be used). That said, the game has an option for you to upload and download your savedata on PSN, letting you continue progress from the PS3 on the Vita during travel, and vice versa. If both players have a Vita of course, they can each Adhoc with their own save data/characters. And again, the PS3 lets each player use their own save data/characters if it's online play. Just want to make that clear for any new readers to this thread.
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