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Jaspreet

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I don't prefer this pre-order thing even if it's for my favorite game as most of the time they are sold at a higher price and in a month or so we can get this at a much lower price.
 

Gallop121

New Member
After playing the first Octopath Traveler game, Champions of the Continent, I'm hoping toward the story getting more and more grim and dark. Given how beautifully this game is made, I'm going to buy it the day it comes out. Its Champions Of The Continent is already higher than it was in the previous version, and this update seems to have made it even higher. The lighting and graphics are new, the music is great, the sprites are perfect, and the job system has been improved. Since I really liked the first book in this series, I can't wait to read this one.
 

Mullinsstone

New Member
Despite the fact that the previous game had excellent animations, the ones in this one are truly groundbreaking. I was reminded of the video game Disgaea by the new, eye-catching animations. Every RPG Maker programmer secretly hopes their final product will look like this. So far, I'm loving the story and the soundtrack. This song's opening has given me the shivers more than once. I hope the new cast of eight has more opportunities to work together.
 

OkiDoki

Seriously Unserious
I'm so pumped for the next year, I can hardly stand it!!!! I had a great time playing the first one when it came out. Over the course of these character trailers, which have been released over the course of the past few months, I'm really enjoying the way that they are developing new characters for us to travel with. When this game is released the following year, I will be one happy gamer. So far, it looks like the protagonists in this installment are twists on the standard hero type, which is something I really enjoy. There's no doubt that the second game's cast will be more engaging than the first, thanks in large part to the increased dialogue and plot developments between the characters.
 

Mrliberalnerd28

New Member
My expectations for the game's story are high. I'd like there to be dialogue between the characters and an effect on one another's stories. It amazes me that each boss will have its own special attack animation. It. It seems like they are making efforts to fix the problems that plagued the first game. My primary gripe is that I'd rather see fewer unique jobs outside of the main job available earlier in the game than all of them turned into op jobs at the end of the game. That said, it's pretty neat that we still have to battle tough bosses in order to finish a few of the last strong jobs.
 

KennethCozme

New Member
Nothing could improve it, but I'd like to see more action in the battle. I really, really, really, hope that there are no plans to make this game 3D; I'll leave that to Final Fantasy. This game should stay 2d!
 

loveawake.ru31

New Member
What a wonderful surprise it is to learn that this exists. I was worried there wouldn't be a sequel because the first game had a lot of issues and I didn't know how popular it was. I'm crossing my fingers that the squad learns from its mistakes in the first game. It has the potential to become truly remarkable.
 

Calvinbor25

New Member
The time has come to start working on Octopath Traveler III, as this series is one of Square Enix's best and they should not stop making more games in this vein. It's time for a new installment in this series, as Final Fantasy Games have completely lost their original charm. With any luck, they'll be able to tie all the loose ends of the stories together this time. Because of the structure of the game, it's unlikely that this will happen, but if it does, the resulting character growth will be fantastic for the story.
 

Sparkly

Member
While I enjoyed the original Octopath immensely, I'm very excited to learn more about the sequel. I enjoy many aspects of octopath, but the artistic presentation of the environments and the music are my favorites. The upcoming episode looks to be even more riveting than the previous ones. Despite its flaws, the first game had compelling stories for most of the characters, a great gameplay loop and rpg progression, fantastic high notes, a thread that connected the stories, and the backdrop of something larger and more sinister happening, which was hinted at in both the main quests and the side quests, and which you could feel building up as the story progressed. The game also features what is widely considered to be the best video game soundtrack ever. A lot of good stuff here, and they seem to have made some serious strides in a number of places.
 

Gleb

New Member
Looks like the SNES old JRPG but with 3d environment. Not for me because I like photo realistic games these days.
 

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