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Monster hunting on the PlayStation Portable certainly seems like a formula for success. God Eater Burst is the sequel to Namco Bandai's chart-topping God Eater, in which you play as a new member of the God Eaters, an organization that is dedicated to building a weapon called the "God Arc" in order to destroy the monsters that have taken over Earth. While you may find several similarities between the God Eater games and Monster Hunter, Gods Eater Burst sets itself apart from other monster-hunting games by emphasizing the story and bullet customization. In our quick look at the game, the general setup is familiar if you're already a pro at monster hunting. You play as a customizable main character and go on missions to destroy monsters and collect materials for research. Earth is overrun with creatures known as the Aragami, and you and up to three other players can band together and take on these enormous beasts. Even if you don't have friends to play with you over ad hoc, the game provides you with party members so you can build your own group of four if you like. Depending on your play style, you can round out your team by choosing from a group of medics, snipers, scouts, or assault characters.
Inside an ornately adorned show floor gazebo at the Tokyo Game Show sat Namco Bandai's God Eater. Many will quickly draw parallels between it and its biggest competition, Capcom's phenomenally successful animal harassment series, Monster Hunter. God Eater was released in Japan in the early months of 2010, but it is taking its sweet time with localization, aiming for a release stateside in February of next year when it skips the pond. At this year's Tokyo Game Show, we picked up the PSP and tried our hand at slaying aragami, the game's version of the deities of the underworld. It's worth noting that despite our brief play being entirely focused on combat, we've been told that God Eater will include an extensive character, weapon, and crafting customization system. Our demo began in a launch area away from the fight. After bumbling our way through the Japanese menus, we got to the action and landed in an abandoned urban environment. Because this game takes place in a postapocalyptic setting, there was little surprise to see a heavy focus on burning fires, a red-heavy color palette, and extensive use of gray and brown walls.
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