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This portable post-apocalyptic adventure borrows some of the best elements from Capcom's Monster Hunter series, and serves as a solid alternative for those looking for a fresh outlet for their beast battling needs. If you're in Japan and own a PSP, you're practically required to have one of Capcom's Monster Hunter games to go with it. It's the most popular series for the system, and as if overnight, Capcom's competitors started producing games that very closely followed Monster Hunter's multiplayer-focused action-RPG formula. The problem was that Monster Hunter hasn't captured a Western audience as big as in Japan, but some of those copycats have made it over to America, including Namco and D3's Gods Eater Burst. It's a swifter, somewhat more streamlined variation that still closely bonds to the Monster Hunter style -- so please excuse the 500 comparisons I'll be making from here on. In short, Gods Eater is Monster Hunter with more plot. Your customizable player character is a new recruit at Fenrir, part of a military group fighting against a race of demonic creatures called Aragami, also known as the eponymous "gods."
If you've played a Monster Hunter game, you would naturally compare it to Gods Eater Burst. In both cases, you join your chums and do battle with gargantuan creatures that take away large chunks of your health with a single swipe of their massive tails, or with a single bite from their gnashing teeth. In between battles, you use monster bits and other items you've gathered to create new weapons or upgrade those already in your possession, in turn making it possible to take on even bigger, badder fiends. But while comparisons are inevitable, dismissing Gods Eater Burst as a mere clone would be doing this enjoyable game a disservice. Eerie, attractive environments make it a pleasure to stalk your ferocious targets, and being able to quickly switch between ranged and melee weapons grants your hunts intensity. Not every facet of this action/role-playing hybrid is a winner. A cumbersome camera and control scheme can get in the way, and the condensed structure will have you longing for more gameplay variety. These and other flaws notwithstanding, it's hard to deny the appeal of joining some real-world or computer-controlled comrades and cutting a roaring brute down to size.
Let's all put aside the odd fact that the "Gods" in "Gods Eater Burst" is plural. In doing so, we can avoid scratching our heads hard enough to draw blood. Think about something more important. For example: why are you eating gods? Because the world is dead, and it's your job. Of course, you're not actually killing and eating gods in Gods Eater Burst. In this devastated world, mankind has been wiped out by a powerful new organism collectively called the Aragami (a Japanese term invoking gods and demons). The organisms devoured other life in order to survive, assuming different forms in the process. Only a few factions of humanity remain, and they've been united under Fenrir, a military organization intent on rebuilding the world. Gods Eater Burst Video Review Gods Eater Burst is similar to the Monster Hunter series that infected Japan like a PSP-powered plague. It's a real-time role-playing game which tasks you with killing a bunch of creatures and collecting raw materials to craft new equipment and upgrade the old. With this new equipment, you're better prepared to face even nastier monsters and collect even better raw materials. And so the cycle continues.
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