Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers Part Two

Demon Stole My Girl (Again)

I suggest you make a demon that reflects fire and/or force because Moowis has Maragi and Mazan. The only demon I’ve found that reflects force is Bilwis, made by fusing Galley Trot and a Harpy. She is strong, but doesn’t reflect force.

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Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers Part One

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers

Platform: Nintendo 3DS

Developer/Publisher: Atlus

Publisher (Europe): NIS America

Release (North America): April 16, 2013

Release (Japan): August 30, 2012

Release (EU): September 20, 2013

Playthrough from: July 9, 2013 – April 14, 2017

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Friday Favorites #9: Canceled Games

This is a different kind of Friday Favorites. Its purpose is to examine some notable canceled games, detail why they got canned, and try to discover if there was any upside for the developers and/or publishers.

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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Part 10: Till We Meet Again

August 3, 2016: In the Temple of Light, Lightning found Fang killing monsters. How did she get there ahead of Light?
Vanille sounds… different.
Light and Fang convinced Vanille to listen to the souls. She realized that they didn’t want to be destroyed, but the High Priestess tried to force her to finish the Soulsong anyway.

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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Part Nine: Eyes Front

May 14, 2016: Helped a researcher piece together a flight recorder, but we couldn’t really make sense of what was on it. A pilot screamed mayday and saw something “impossible”. It sounded like a girl coughing. If it was the moment that the Chaos spewed forth from the temple, it could have been the Yeuls. Light and the researcher wondered if it was Etro. Continue reading Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Part Nine: Eyes Front

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Part Eight

May 8, 2016: To get the clavis, you need a special crux. To get the pieces of the special crux, you need to see the three murals in the ruins. To see the murals, you need tablets from the shrines strewn across the Dunes.
God must have wanted the Savior to do all this. But why? To prove their worth?
Fang says she and Light work better against gods, not with them.

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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Part Seven: God’s Plan

May 3, 2016: Once again, Light recognized a love that should have been there. In one of the loading screens, she realizes that she has no idea what happened to “the heart I tried so hard to hide”.

Unlocked Expert Stylist. 16/42

When Light feeds Bartz, she may say, “Kweh kweh.” It’s cute. Continue reading Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Part Seven: God’s Plan

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Part Six

April 29, 2016: OMGM (Oh My God, Moogles)

Unlocked Angel of Salvation and Hero of Glory. 12/42

Moogle Village is only accessible from 1900 hours to 0700 hours, when the red vines unfurl in Jagd Woods. Kinda contrived. Continue reading Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Part Six

Lightning Returns: Final Fantast XIII Part Five

April 22, 2016: The (Phantom) Rose

A Rose by Any Other Name”: Light gets a Phantom Rose from the ghost of Myka, a victim of the murders of would-be Saviors. She actually wanted to be the Savior. When she finished her tale, it saves her soul, leaving behind the Phantom Rose. Light gives the Rose to a kid and his mother in the Warren.

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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Part Four

April 14, 2016: Snow has Serah’s pendant. Did Noel or Hope give it to him?
I bought a new garb, Velvet Bouncer, which is “made for a mystical attacker”. It’s pretty boss. Makes quick work of weaker enemies and groups with Blitz and Heavy Slash.

Velvet Bouncer

AFAIK, it’s not a reference to The Bouncer, a weird little game that Square and Dream Factory made on the quick for the PS2 shortly after its launch.

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