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Lost Sphear demo up on PSN

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Looks boring as fuck. I couldn't even finish I Am Setsuna. Quit the game halfway through, combat got boring as fuck and the story sucked cocks. Chrono Trigger spiritual successor? Roff, I think not.

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Are demos starting to make a comeback? I was thinking that there were barely any demos during 2013-2015. I don't have any hard numbers, but I felt that demos were going way down at the tail end of the PS3/X360 era.

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11 minutes ago, jehurey said:

Are demos starting to make a comeback? I was thinking that there were barely any demos during 2013-2015. I don't have any hard numbers, but I felt that demos were going way down at the tail end of the PS3/X360 era.

Definitely. For a while a lot of companies thought that demos were potentially detrimental to the game's sales. Which can be true in some cases, especially if the game is worse than what was expected.

 

One of the big third party publisher made a report on that a couple of years back and I swear demos started disappearing right after. I can't remember what was the company though.

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The combat system is entertaining. It's still an old school turn based system but there are some tweaks. The biggest change from I Am Setsuna is you can move your character around before you take action so positioning is key. It seems like a simple thing, and to be fair it is, but it adds a lot to the game because it ensures that even normal encounters will keep you engaged instead of just mashing on the X button to get through them.

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