Arland Trilogy - PS3 or Vita?

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Arland Trilogy - PS3 or Vita?

Postby Hyper » Tue Dec 03, 2013 12:18 pm

Hello,

Since Torori and Meruru are on sale right now, I think it's a good time for me to start on this series. I've decided that I'll wait for the remake Rorona, but I'm not sure about the other two. How much content/Story/Gamplay/Etc. would I miss by playing PS3 version instead of the Vita ones? I've read about the extra cg and stages. How much do they add to the game? I do prefer playing on a big screen. I also don't have a Vita but technically I can borrow my friend's pretty easily. The Vita version are twice the price right now (are they ever on sale?) but if the different is big I may decide to pay. Please give me your opinion and advise. Thanks!

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Re: Arland Trilogy - PS3 or Vita?

Postby MsFuruba » Fri Jan 10, 2014 9:27 am

If you want the 'complete' versions so to speak of Totori/Meruru, you might as well get the Vita versions if you're okay with forking out the extra cash. Though if you're happier missing a few minor extras and paying much less (as well as being able to play on the big screen as you mentioned you prefer that), then the PS3 versions are the more practical way to go.

The main additions to the Vita versions are a post-game dungeon, new bosses, and new CGs by the way.
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Re: Arland Trilogy - PS3 or Vita?

Postby Hyper » Fri Jan 10, 2014 10:18 pm

Actually I've already bought them on the holiday sale. Given what you two said I'm glad I did :D. Thank you to both of you.

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Re: Arland Trilogy - PS3 or Vita?

Postby ong1599623 » Thu Dec 29, 2016 12:22 am

Thanks to a very
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