E.X. Troopers

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  • sailesh 23 Jan 2013 13:02:48 591 posts
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    Anyone imported/importing this title?

    Looks amazing, seeing as it wasn't coming over to the west I was wondering whether it was feasible to play for non-Japanese readers out there.

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  • Cappy 23 Jan 2013 13:08:50 12,034 posts
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    Try the demo first.

    Make a Hong Kong PSN account it's on their store. Ports from the 3DS are simply too low on geometry and the gameplay doesn't really stand out as that competitive with third person action games actually designed for the PS3.

    You won't have any idea what characters are saying but it's basically a third person shooter so you won't have anything too complicated to deal with on the interface side that you need to understand.
  • uiruki 23 Jan 2013 13:16:15 3,709 posts
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    The most notable thing about the PS3 version of EX Troopers is that the frame rate is lower than on 3DS. The demo was ok but playing it more than once made it feel really limited. There's no actual aiming or anything.
  • sailesh 23 Jan 2013 14:03:23 591 posts
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    Thanks guys, shall proceed with caution.

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  • sailesh 23 Jan 2013 15:23:33 591 posts
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    Played the demo and really enjoyed it, but the language barrier was a bit annoying. I'm coming back to the PS3 after not really playing it for a few years. Is there anything similar in style and has a similar exciting tempo on the PS3?

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  • Cappy 23 Jan 2013 15:58:50 12,034 posts
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    Third person shooters tend to aim for a more gritty style, I'm not sure you'll get something quite the same. Vanquish has plenty of 'tempo', if the demo is still up on PSN check that out.

    At the end of the day as long as you're happy with what you're getting, in this case a lousy port of a 3DS game, go for it.
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