Whoa, this game requires some real snap decision making!

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Whoa, this game requires some real snap decision making!

Postby adept ronin » Sat Apr 24, 2010 3:14 am

I must admit, I have made a fool of myself in front of many a people with that timer counting down on me. How about all of you out there?

Also I have a slight question regarding decision making. Does the game have any severe ramifications for answering like a complete dolt? Such as increasing or decreasing your lines of trust or something like that.
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Re: Whoa, this game requires some real snap decision making!

Postby Snatcher2047 » Sat Apr 24, 2010 4:17 am

To put it as simple as possible: Make 'em happy and they'll fight stronger. Make 'em not happy, well... you'll struggle to win some battles.
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Re: Whoa, this game requires some real snap decision making!

Postby odinfan » Sat Apr 24, 2010 4:41 am

Nice avie, Snatcher. Anyway, depending on how you answer, the ending will change. I'm not sure who's ending you'll get(never tried it myself in any ST game), but I'm pretty certain it's Gemini. I'm not about to try it. :?
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Re: Whoa, this game requires some real snap decision making!

Postby adept ronin » Sat Apr 24, 2010 4:48 am

Do the special events and secret events that you can activate via code have any impact on the ending that you may know of?

If they do I would love to know how to use the codes properly. Even if they don't I would like to know how to use 'em properly.
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Re: Whoa, this game requires some real snap decision making!

Postby bloodyaftertaste » Sat Apr 24, 2010 8:42 am

I have made a fool of myself quite a bit. So far though I'm doing well with Charon and that's not who I want to go with. :( Oh well I'm still not that far yet, so I still have a chance.
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Postby RedCoKid » Sat Apr 24, 2010 1:26 pm

adept ronin wrote:Do the special events and secret events that you can activate via code have any impact on the ending that you may know of?

If they do I would love to know how to use the codes properly. Even if they don't I would like to know how to use 'em properly.

The codes unlock (access to) extra stuff for your scrapbook (Free Day in NY).
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Re: Whoa, this game requires some real snap decision making!

Postby Phoenix_Apollo » Thu Apr 29, 2010 7:26 pm

I actually like how the game models real life decision making like that. You can't just wait forever before answering.

That said, I'm going to use the English language disc of the game to see who I'd actually end up with, while using the Japanese language disc to see how bad I can screw up.
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