dragonmasterx wrote:-slow movement speed(better once you get the ring or character that improves movement speed)+high encounter rate+quests automatically bring you from HQ to the middle of dungeons and leave you stranded there, forcing you to walk all the way out manually = frustration. Since there's no teleport, you have to walk through like 3 screens everytime you leave/enter HQ to talk to the person in charge of quests. (this is by far, the most unanimous complaint)
-interface problems, like not being able to see how a new piece of equipment compares with the currently equipped one, when outfitting your characters at the weapon shop. Scrolling through the character list to find the characters you want can be stressful. It only shows the name and the part of the face around the eyes. IIRC, Suikoden 1 only showed the name, but the character list was back then was separated into 1 pages. But in Tierkreis, there is only one page. You must also scroll through it when selecting what magics to set for each character.
-no new game+
patapi wrote:Ranked at C, huh? Ouch.
-no new game+
Braxiatel wrote:So about on par with Suikoden IV, which is better than I expected.
dragonmasterx wrote:Braxiatel wrote:So about on par with Suikoden IV, which is better than I expected.
No, Suikoden IV scored E, Suikoden V scored C(everyone complained about loading). Here are direct links to the respective reviews:
It's really more accurate to look at the actual comments rather just the score. But if you're gonna go by the letter grade only, then Tierkries is equal to Suikoden V.
Shinsengumi wrote:Suikoden's Tierkreis Map/Navigation is very good. I believe it could be excellent for a new Suikoden DS based on the old series, since it provides a wide range of areas to explore (Who doesn't want to visit Dunan and the Grasslands in one Game), though I hold a criticism for the teleportation in a single area; Inn -> Trading Post.
The battle system is a fresh change from most other RPG systems; yes no Runes, and no six party members, but any DS RPG follower would testify that Suikoden Tierkreis's system is more interesting than the new games styles of combat, taking note on the low difficulty challenges.
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