Uncover the Underworld's secrets with the 7 Digital Novels about each Overlord, Character Art book, and Rough Sketches Art book! The PC Wallpaper and Original Soundtrack bring Trillion's destruction of the Underworld straight to your home
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Uncover the Underworld's secrets with the 7 Digital Novels about each Overlord, Character Art book, and Rough Sketches Art book! The PC Wallpaper and Original Soundtrack bring Trillion's destruction of the Underworld straight to your home!
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If you loved the story for games like Disgaea and Makai Kingdom, you will love the story for Trillion. It is a pretty good story where you go through a training regimen for one general at a time with an interface similar to raising sims such as Spirited Hearts or Princess Maker. That isn't bad, it's actually done very well. It is the horrible battle system that hurts the game as it is poorly done when it could have been great. It is nice they tried something a little different, but it would have been better off with a normal RPG battle system.
As a game that is ported from the Vita, I love it. Training the characters and learning about them attaches you to them, makes losing them that more unbearable, and I have never felt such despair in a game knowing that no matter what I do I cannot save this character and it is my own fault they have lost their life.
Originally out for PS Vita. I'll admit, I'm not exactly the target audience for this game, so my opinion is slightly skewed. This game is basically an anime dating sim with some combat elements. Essentially one on-going boss fight. The goal of the game is to train the 'Overlords' so that they can face Trillion (main boss) in battle. If your Overlord dies, they can use their power to weaken Trillion or to help the next one against Trillion. The game ends when Trillion is killed. The game falls short because of the lack of 'ways to play'. Basically, your overlord is going to be one-shotted by Trillion (who you're trying to whittle down over many repeated engagements). You basically just try to stack as much damage on your overlord as possible, die, then repeat. There's different 'phases' which basically negate all strategy you've used from the attempts before, making it seem demoralizing when you think you're moving in the right direction. Cool concept, but not executed very well. Check it out if you think an experimental anime RPG is something you'd be into.
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