Some of the simplest-looking dragons can be the deadliest when they attack in waves. Sega explains the Dragon Intrusion system and a closer look at the Samurai class of 7th Dragon 2020-II.
7th Dragon 2020-II lets you see enemies on the field, but looks can be deceiving. When you first start a fight against a dragon on the field, any nearby dragons may join the fight after a certain amount of turns. This can turn into quite the situation at times, such as the above picture showing multiple dragons nearby. This special feature shared amongst dragons is called the Dragon Intrusion system.
Exterminating dragons will be a tough task. In order to do it, you’ll need all the help you can get from the members of Murakumo. Character create will allow you to make your own members of Murakumo, by having 5,040 different character combinations which includes looks, voice and job classes.
We recently got a look at Izumi Sakuraba, the Samurai equivalent of the American special unit forces, SECT11. Here’s a look at Murakumo’s Samurai:
The Samurai are S rank in physical ability. The class consists of youths talented at handling the blade. They excel at basic attacks and being able to attack all enemies. They can even learn recovery and support skills, making them the perfect all-rounder class.
In order to use the Samurai’s special ability, you’ll first have to activate the Exhaust command by filling up its gauge which is increased by taking damage or critical hitting.
Once the Exhaust gauge is filled and activated, you can unleash the Samurai’s special attack “Heaven and Earth Slash” to attack all enemies and follow it up with a bleeding effect that continuously decreases the their health afterwards.
7th Dragon 2020-II is slated for release on April 18th for PSP.