Blazing Souls: Accelate

Blazing Souls: Accelate

Blazing Souls: Accelate

  • Actions such as Chain, Charge, Hold, Original Skill, Chain Skill, Unique Chain Skill, Break, Break Arts and Overkill are available in the course of the battle
  • Position your forces on the battlefield and wait for the correct moment to string together massive combo attacks employing multiple party members – both in melee and at range
  • Blazing Souls provides the player plenty of enjoyable elements like producing more than 200 distinct items and skills! Players are given the ability to capture monsters and have them placed inside the party
  • Players can select in any order the way they proceed via game play. Search for towns and dungeons at the guild, explore uncovered areas, battle encountered enemies or watch animated events
  • Players now the battle map and adventure map are 1 and the same. What you do ahead of battle affects the terrain, and vice-versa

It has been years considering that a war referred to as the Seven Year War ended and peace lastly arrived in the land. The story begins with Zero the protagonist generating his living as an independent contractor. 1 day he is investigating a particular web site. It is there th

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One Response to “Blazing Souls: Accelate”

  • Ben:
    12 of 14 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Okay, December 16, 2010
    Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This game in terms of battle and menus is very similar to Record of the Agarest War, which I enjoyed throughly so this was naturally fun for me as well. The battle system is a bit more complicated than Agarest War in that stacking your attacks isn’t quite as intuitive, however, the in game tutorial and hints as you progress suffice to explain, and it’s really not that hard once you get into the thick of it. The voice acting is well done in some places, and just plain doesn’t fit in others, all the VA’s did a pretty good job, I’d just say that it’s the characters themselves that seem a bit stock cliché. Overall this is a solid game, I would recommend it to those who have played an SRPG in the past, but if you haven’t, please go play a simpler one such as disgaea or ff tactics and then come back to this. You wouldn’t want to pass this up, but you don’t want to get so frustrated with it that you drop it altogether either

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