Twin Saga patches in a new class, new zones, and new chibi companions

    
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If you ever wonder what kind of game this is, this answers that.

At a glance, Twin Saga does not seem like a game that would be replete with firearms. It does not look like a setting in which you gun down your foes. Yet the new Cannoneer class is all about blasting things to pieces, so we must conclude that looks can be deceiving. It’s one of the big new additions with the newest patch, but it’s hardly the only one; players will also be able to explore two new zones in the northeast of the map, Black Hill and Moonlight Valley.

Players can also take on a new dungeon, Boreas Tower, whilst picking up two new Senshi (those are the cute little chibi things in the header, for reference). Add in new story quests and a new level cap of 80, and players will have plenty to do with the latest patch. Including blasting adorable monsters and scenery into bits with cannons, if necessary.

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Castagere Shaikura

OK i just loaded up the Cannoneer class and dang its so fun. I like how with all the classes at lvl 50 or higher you get a unique lvled rare weapon automatically.

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Vexia

Here’s a game I need to get back into! It’s always got space on my hard drive, and I’ve patched it several times but I think it’s been a year or so since I actually played. I need to get more screencaps of that amazing, out-there English localization.

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Castagere Shaikura

This is a fun little game. I wish more games would do the class switching system this game has.

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Utakata

After the numerous soul rendering articles offered here at the Massively IP Hideout in the last few day (and at no real fault of their own), this seems to be much needed pigtailed brain bleach, IMO! /kawaii <3

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greyformat

What is up with that anyways? Seems like the internet as of late has taken up focusing on the negatives of everything instead of being chill. Guess that is what happens when the political equilibrium changes hands…

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Utakata

I am not sure I am the person to ask that. Nor am I sure what you mean. I’m just here for the Black Tea Princess vid. o.O

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Greaterdivinity

Holy hell, I forgot this game was still around. That trailer was adorbs AF. I’ve got enough games to play already, but I kinda wanna reinstall and give it another spin simply because of that cute trailer. I don’t know what it was for. I don’t know why it exists. But it’s cute.

I’m easy to please.

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Rees Racer

This game is actually quite a good time…if as only a casual diversion, and especially if you’re a fan of anime.

The writer responsible for the English translation deserves an award. It is not only accurate, but supremely hilarious….sublime, even.

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Nemui Byakko

The game is quite good, I like it too :) It is mostly classic, but has several interesting mechanics. For example, it has 2 planes: one usual for questing and dungeons, and one “over” it where you have unique moving home on the top of giant turtle (good one, with crafting stations, useful NPCs, decorating etc), very special VN-like quests, resource gathering etc. And you can go up to the upper plan, travel there to the place where on the lower plane is other city and descend there. A pity that most “first impression” reviews never reach the point where every player gets this housing ((. Also, you have all classes on one character as in FFXIV (and you can take some skills from every known class for your current deck); not usual side quests (you find some thing somewhere and then look for the people who need it (some reviewers didn’t get it and decided that there is no side quests at all ))) etc. I really recommend to try it )