With the kind of story any Manga or Anime fan can jump right into and easily palatable turn-based combat, â€œLost Dimension,â€ developed by Lancarse, the minds behind other Atlus favorites â€œEtrian Odysseyâ€ and â€œShin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey,â€ is an enjoyable mystery that begs to be played. It might be the best PlayStation Vita RPG to date. And donâ€™t let the handheldâ€™s thin library fool you- â€œLost Dimensionâ€ is a solid game on any system.
Although it may not all be as easy to progress through at times, the story is the type thatâ€™ll draw you in early on and make you care about the characters. Thatâ€™s always the biggest notch in the belt of any decent RPG and â€œLost Dimensionâ€ has it in droves. The mission-based gameplay also makes it an awesome fit on the Vita, perfect in 15-minute bursts or long bus and train rides where you can watch the story unfold.
Part â€œSawâ€ and â€œOld Boyâ€ with end of the world implications, the story of â€œLost Dimensionâ€ has you take control of a group of â€œgiftedâ€ people who have been put together to save the world from The End, both literally and figuratively. The End is a supernatural being who wants to destroy the world- in 13 days. In order to stop him, you must battle through his tower. But thereâ€™s a catch.Through each level, youâ€™ll begin to find out more about your team and along the way, begin to ascertain who is trustworthy and who is not. Simply put, someone has to be â€œerasedâ€ at the end of every floor and they have to be voted out by their teammates. As a result, communication between teammates after every level is important while our main characterâ€™s â€œgiftâ€ gives you even more of an idea of who can be trusted.
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