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While I second Llyranor's recommendation of Last Remnant, I'd say it's best to play it on the PC.

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Last Remnant is crap. Combat system is not system at all is just randomness. Not to mention the annoying main character and stupid story. It all looks appealing at first glance, woo unions, different kinds of units but once you delve into it more you realize how crappy it really is.

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Why? Just wondering. It's turn based right? What would make it better on the PC?

 

From what I've seen the 360 version is very buggy, poorly optimized, and has less features than the PC version. Also, the balance was apparently improved.

 

 

http://lastremnant.wikia.com/wiki/Differen..._and_PC_version

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Why? Just wondering. It's turn based right? What would make it better on the PC?

 

From what I've seen the 360 version is very buggy, poorly optimized, and has less features than the PC version. Also, the balance was apparently improved.

 

 

http://lastremnant.wikia.com/wiki/Differen..._and_PC_version

 

Ahh thank you for the info. Steam PC version it is. >_<

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Technically, the PC version is much better, and it even has an awesome feature to speed animations 5x. *However*, the 360 version is still fine if you install it, it's just that the PC version is better.

 

Not convinced that it's been better balanced, though. From speaking to people who've played *both* versions, the PC version is quite easier (I guess if that's what you consider balanced, it is). One very significant change is that the leader limit has been removed (whereas the 360 version has a limit which increases as you progress through the game), which has a pretty significant impact on how you manage your units (why use generic soldiers when you can just use leaders who are better at everything? the mechanic of switching soldiers in and out depending on your tactical needs is made more irrelevant, and the game plays more like a JRPG where you just level up party members). The balance's been balanced to accommodate that, but seemingly not enough to provide as good a challenge.

 

You're still better off getting the PC version. I just really dislike that single change, given how important it was in the 360 version.

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Yeah, the generic soldiers are made useless by that change. However the huge number of different leaders at your disposal still gives you a healthy dose of choices to balance that. Also, the game is as challenging as you want it to be. There are loads of unique, optional beasties that are pretty hard to take out.

 

 

Oh, and DO NOT forget that you can skip the plot.

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