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  • #38703
    Yuran
    Participant

    I finished Sephirothic Stories and currently playing Ambition Record and I really can’t get into them I don’t know why. Is it because I’m used to the 2D? What are you guys opinions on them?

    Top 3 Kemco games(constantly changing)

    1. Asdivine Kamura
    2. Wizards of Brandel
    3. Fairy Elements

    #38707
    Jesusalva
    Participant

    The best 3D game from them might be… Glorious Savior, or perhaps one in the Revenant series.

     

    I can’t say much about Ambition Record, but I know Sephirothic Stories is (in)famous around here for not being high quality compared to others.

     

    PS. My favorite 3D game from Kemco is Tears Revolude*, which is also cheap because it is a short game. But I love it. But then, it might be too much of a change compared to Exe-Create’s 3Ds >.>

    * It won the dispute to personal #5 against really solid names: Monochrome Order, Fernz Gate and Wizards of Brandel. I really loved it. But it was a close match!

    #38708
    Yuran
    Participant

    The best 3D game from them might be… Glorious Savior, or perhaps one in the Revenant series.

     

    I can’t say much about Ambition Record, but I know Sephirothic Stories is (in)famous around here for not being high quality compared to others.

     

    PS. My favorite 3D game from Kemco is Tears Revolude*, which is also cheap because it is a short game. But I love it. But then, it might be too much of a change compared to Exe-Create’s 3Ds >.>

    * It won the dispute to personal #5 against really solid names: Monochrome Order, Fernz Gate and Wizards of Brandel. I really loved it. But it was a close match!

    yeah Sephirothic Stories is no doubt my least favorite Kemco game so far. I’m actully liking Ambition Record right now. Guess what I needed is to play it for a while

    Top 3 Kemco games(constantly changing)

    1. Asdivine Kamura
    2. Wizards of Brandel
    3. Fairy Elements

    #38709
    LemmyTheLenny
    Participant

    I don’t mind 3D games but i prefer it when my RPGs are in 2D because its easier to see treasure chests and map out places.

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    #38726
    MPG Annihilator
    Keymaster

    Honestly, I can’t argue there with Lemmy.

    All the games that I play for kemco are 2D. The 3D games I like aren’t from kemco, but those games are from Square, so they are expected to be good.

    2D games also give a more nostalgic vibe than the 3D games, so that’s probably a factor, and making a game 3D makes the game focus more on aesthetics than gameplay and content, so that’s probably why.

    Light and Darkness, Come forth and be one.
    No matter the battle, without hope, you are done.

    #38750
    Dekar
    Participant

    The OST in Sephirotic Stories is Great.

    And the Graphics and Style in Battles reminds me at Wild Arms in PSX.

    My fourth favorite Kemco Game:

     

    1. Legend of the Tetrarchs
    2. Monochrome Order
    3. Monster Viator
    4. Sephirotic Stories
    5. Revenant Saga / Alphadia Genesis

     

    Best of Kemco: Legend of the Tetrarchs and Monochrome Order.

    • This reply was modified 1 week ago by  Dekar.
    #38752
    JRPGHero
    Participant

    I think I like the 2-D graphics more too, but I don’t think I mind if

    3-D graphics are just in-battle.

    JRPGH

    #38765
    MPG Annihilator
    Keymaster

    Honestly JRPG hero, if 3d graphics were only in battle, like in alphadia genesis, I wont argue personally, it means the battles look dope and everything else is still that nice 2d classic feel

    Light and Darkness, Come forth and be one.
    No matter the battle, without hope, you are done.

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