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Gods Eater Burst (PSP)

Gods Eater Burst (PSP)
alaScore 92

12 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Gods Eater Burst (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 12 reviews)

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Gods Eater Burst Review

 

Is Namco Bandai's take on Monster Hunter worth checking out?

Gods Eater Burst is a pretty all right game. It’s a little something different for fans of the Monster Hunter series and its ilk, but be prepared to accept that it will plateau fairly early on. Given that the supply of PSP games is drying up, you’ll...

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Gods Eater Burst

 

In the wake of Monster Hunter, it shouldn't surprise anybody to see a lot of copycats. After all, Capcom's multiplayer adventure game is the biggest series in Japan right now and is starting to crack Western markets. At first glance Gods Eater Burst...

Gods Eater Burst provides a compelling adventure game with a mountain of content, great graphics and online multiplayer support. Namco goes toe-to-toe with the Monster Hunter franchise and, at least from my perspective, wins. With its fast-paced...

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Gods Eater Burst Playtest: Being a Post-Apocalyptic Exterminator is Hard

 

Despite its fairly straightforward goal at the beginning of the game, Gods Eater Burst quickly escalated to being one of the hardest games I've ever played.

Despite the change to “Gods Eater,” the characters all still say “God Eater” within the game.

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Gods Eater Burst

 

This review includes multiple references to anime, the FFVII Compilation, and an obscure samurai movie. See if you can spot them all!

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It comes with a few annoyances, but Gods Eater Burst's monster hunting is enjoyable enough to differentiate itself from the crowd.

Battles versus giant creatures are fun and intense ; Different types of weaponry and bullets give battles variety ; The story gets interesting after a slow start ; Great atmospheric visuals and sound

Camera and control quirks ; Mission repetition and limited focus can lead to tedium

Battles are uniformly intense. You generally get 30 minutes to complete a mission, and while it is rare to fail because the timer runs out, a single confrontation can take up a good chunk of that allotment. Aragami charge at you, spew rockets, and...

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Smaller. Faster. Better?

The rapid-switching gun/shield/sword/mouth mechanic is brilliant

All clothing in the game is only cosmetic; there are no effects or bonuses

to be an interesting (if short-lived) reinterpretation of making useful items out of dismembered animal parts.

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