This PS3 Strategy RPG Lets Players Undo Up To 20 Turns

By Spencer . October 11, 2013 . 1:46am

Strategy RPGs are thinking games and sometimes you make a critical mistake when planning how to takedown an enemy army. Tears to Tiara II has a solution for that and lets players undo up to 20 turns. There are some caveats about rewinding, attacks play out exactly the same so you can’t undo and redo until you land a critical hit. Still, it’s a handy feature that makes Tears to Tiara II more approachable. You can also change the game’s difficulty in battle when it is your turn.

 

For fans of the genre, Aquaplus added elements like traps on the map. How do you avoid walking into a trap? You can choose how your characters move from point A to point B, like if they should start walking to the left or right. Players can also invite characters into their party using Charis’ special invite command, which brings up a Shadow Hearts style ring and you have to stop the spinner on the right spot for the command to work. However, it’s possible that an enemy will backstab you at the start of an enemy’s turn. Usually, monsters stronger than you have a higher chance to betray you.

 

Tears to Tiara II has mounts like elephants. Later on in the game you can ride a boar, leopard, and a griffon. You can also get a robot to join your part and characters from Tears to Tiara who also appear in Aquapazza.

 

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