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Decent game that requires more polish
Tenmilli, as has already been stated, is an odd title for a game. However, if you need to scratch that RPG itch between kemco titles or have nothing else to do, it is an easy game to get into and learn. Just do not expect anything complex. The battle system is a Dragon warrior style affair. You even have jobs you can change for each of the (eventual) 10 characters and some of the job progressions are unique to just one character. I played this on the normal difficulty so more grinding is required than easy and some of the post game bosses can be downright nasty. You need to utilize different techniqes like putting bosses to sleep, debuffs and buffs. Also, it is not always clear where to go next and if you find yourself stuck in a late game puzzle (silver ruins) there is no English FAQ to help you out.
- Simple, easy to pick up battle system
- 10 playable characters
- Plenty of job classes
- Two different difficulty settings
- Controls and gameplay are quick to learn
- The story is almost non existant
- Plenty of grammar and spelling errors in the English version
- The game is not always clear in regards to what you need to do next
- Normal difficulty requires a lot of grinding
- If you do not strengthen all ten characters, it will come back to haunt you in the post game
Great game with a strange title
Don’t let the title of the game prevent you from downloading this awesome free JRPG!
This is a short game with lots of post-game content. It’s super easy to figure out the controls – but unfortunately it’s not always easy to figure out where to go to keep the story moving! (There is a guide of sorts online, but it’s in Japanese… but anyway if you ever get stuck you can usually backtrack through earlier towns and find an NPC somewhere who’ll give you some kind of clue as to where to go.)
As the game progresses you can unlock various job classes, and grinding to train up a new job is pretty quick and easy.
Overall the game is really entertaining (I still haven’t explored all the post-game content yet, but from Google Play reviews it looks to be pretty satisfying as well.) Anyway it’s FREE! And short, so you’ve got nothing to lose by trying it out.
- Grinding is usually quick and easy
- Multiple party members to choose from
- Easy or Normal difficulties
- Skills become meaningless if you grind too much
- Hard to know what to do next