God Eater Resurrection [NoNpDrm] PSVITA

God Eater Resurrection

God Eater Resurrection

God Eater Resurrection

The only noticeable things are backgrounds and the occasional low polygon hands standing out against the fantastic faces, bodies, and hair. In fact I’d wager to say that God Eater is up there as one of the best looking games on the PlayStation 4 right now due to the dedication Shift showed in handling its re-release. The God Eater series is Bandai Namco’s attempt at the monster hunting genre after Capcom’s Monster Hunter series was met with general praise and high sale numbers. As such, the basic premise is relatively similar. The player outfits themselves with equipment and large weapons to go out and slay large monsters in order to gather materials to craft even better monster slaying weapons and gear.

God Eater Resurrection

Where God Eater differs, however, is instead of having only one weapon to fight monsters with, the player’s weapon which is called a “God Arc,” a shape-shifting weapon that can be switched between a melee weapon and a ranged weapon with the push of a button. The other major difference in this game that the player’s God Arc is somewhat of a living creature that can be used to devour the corpses of dead monsters, or just take a bite out of living ones. The player must do this in order to harvest materials from dead monsters or if they are still living, to get a power up. The easiest way for me to explain God Eater’s gameplay is say that it feels like exactly how you think it would. This is just another team’s interpretation of the Monster Hunter style. The game feels familiar and shares many similarities with God Eater’s differences being more of a garnish. Another difference in God Eater from Monster Hunter is that God Eater has an overarching story with many different characters, each with their own background and personality. Instead of taking place in a medieval fantasy world, God Eater instead takes place on Earth after an alien species is discovered on Earth, twenty years later the world is nearly barren, with almost all matter being devoured by the monsters, called Aragami.


Release Date : June 28, 2016
Publisher : Bandai Namco Games
Developer : Bandai Namco Games
Region : USA
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RAR File Size : 2.26GB







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