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Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines Addressing Some Of Its Heroine Issues



When Sony Computer Entertainment release Oreshika: Tainted Bloodnlines last month in Japan, it was met with a rather harsh reception from its die-hard fans, with a lot of it having to do with the game’s heroine, Nueko. An upcoming patch promises to address at least some of these issues.


The main complaint about Nueko was from players who felt that she was a little too forced into the story, when the game is supposed to be about your family in the game. Additionally, there were a few battles that required her to be in your party, which was another issue that was commonly cited in the game’s Amazon reviews.


While the issues involving the game’s story can’t be fixed, Sony Computer Entertainment’s upcoming patch does its best to address some of the other complaints by making small adjustments to systems revolving around Nueko.



Some of these adjustments lower the amount of time or points needed to take advantage of various features involving Nueko. For example, the Dedication Points required to reincarnate her will be significantly lowered, which helps out when you consider how often she’s used in a party due to it being part of the story, or because her strengths are needed.


The patch will also fix issues like an infinite loading screen that occasionally appeared while changing map screens or going into battle, and an adjustment that prevents having too many Gods show up at once.


Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines will be released later on in the west for PlayStation Vita.

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