emfO wrote: rafael707 wrote: emfO wrote:
Does Ragnarok's gameplay difficulty match the difficulty of Monster Hunter? I like the frustration of being defeated by a monster in MH
And how would you compare Ragnarok against Monster Hunter in terms of gameplay? Thanks
RO seems easier
Also regine03 i cant recieve cards from you guys, since i have U.S version
But is it easier than normal? I mean, will I still be frustrated until I reach the point of just quitting the game?
I want a game that will last long, like Monster Hunter which I am playing for months (and still enjoying the game). I'm waiting for the release of God Eater 2 and Soul Sacrifice.
There are definitely times later in the game (depending on how good you are) where there will be multiple "Quest Failed" due to other party member's deaths or your own, and even though it frustrates you, you still want to play because of how fun the boss fights are.
Also, there are many Extra Quests (DLC in Japan version) that will have you playing the game for a long time. This is especially true in late-game where you can try to farm rare cards, weapons, and outfits.
I'd say the biggest difference between MH and RO is the versatility RO has in gameplay, especially the air-dashing. Knowing how to air-dash and maneuver around bosses is vital for efficiently beating them and getting all the fun the game has to offer
P.S. Youtube has a lot of good videos of people fighting bosses. This can be pretty helpful if you want to learn how to air dash correctly and learn what the weak points of bosses are.