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Si para ti, cuando juegas las gráficas importan mucho - Te recomendaría ampliamente conseguir la versión de PS4 - Viendo algunos videos de comparativas si se observa una gran diferencia y sobre todo en este tipo de juegos, el downgrade que le hacen a las gráficas puede llegar a afectar la calidad y experiencia de juego pero si lo que te llama la atención es la pronta respuesta y la portabilidad con esta versión no le fallas.
The game was ok. It is a standard Musou game with the Fate story acting as the plot. The graphics is a bit off then what I expected. You probably won't enjoy this game if you don't enjoy Musou style games as well as the Fate franchise.
First of all, you MUST enjoy this genre, where you're cutting down lots of useless AI like grass to focus on a few of the smart ones (don't underestimate the enemy servants), ad nauseum. If you want to play for the plot, set difficulty to easy to breeze through the fights.
This sequel feels a lot shorter than the first, which is both good and bad. Good that it doesn't take forever scrolling(which results in lots of skipping), bad that some of the character interaction/development got sped up/lean. Feels less connected to the characters' plight this time around.
Music is always nice, not John Williams but nice. Gameplay is smooth, recommend on TV. Not having to collect regalia pieces, and new methods to get your nukes (noble phantasm) makes the butt-kicking more satisfying.
It's great that the game feels good to play overall, and it's gotten shorter. It does feels a little too short, as I'm about to hit the 3rd ending in just a few hours on Normal. Have not tried multiplayer yet.
Get the game, unlock your favorite servant, and go forth and kick butt.
Wish we could have gotten the mahjong set for limited edition...
Extella Link brings everything you love from the first, and greatly enhances it. It runs and looks beautiful on the Switch. There is now branching paths in campaign, for multiple playthroughs. Skills were added, which was a lovely addition that the first felt lacking. Noble Phantasms can be used MULTIPLE times in the same mission now. Instead of like Extella 1, Link you defeat enemies to gather blue and golden orbs. The blue charges up Moon Crux mode, and the gold charges Noble Phantasms. Each Servant has an outfit to unlock by bonding with them, and there is also some nice but cheap outfits to buy with DLC. The biggest surprise of all is that the AI has been incredibly revamped. The AI allies are actually useful, and the enemies are more fierce. You can do duo or even trio combos now with other nearby Servants as well. There is a multiplayer mode, but be aware it is only one game mode. However, it feels like more of a bonus to the game, than a core feature. It's fun, but just know that's all there is for multiplayer, no co-op. However, the game is still worth the purchase for the single player alone. There is a lot of content in this game, and it is so much more fun than the original. If you enjoyed the original, it is worth it to upgrade.
So I am a fan of Mosou games, and this one is pretty darn good. You transfer via capture zones with by clicking B and it does this "zoom in line" type of transfer. So its not like other Mosou games were you gotta run to the point. The areas are not massive but are decent. And gameplay is fresh and graphics look good. Compare to my last Mosou switch game One Piece Pirate Warriors 3. This game is a def. And those that have watch the anime or read the manga or the doujinshi of Fate, I bet they will love it.I haven't even watch the FATE anime but Im in love with the game.