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God Eater 3 Story:
Set in a post-apocalyptic setting, it’s up to your special team of God Eaters to take down god-like monsters devastating the world. With an epic story, unique characters, and all new God Arcs and Aragami, the latest evolution in ACTION is here!
System Requirements: (Minimum)
OS: Windows 7- 10 64-bit, SP1
Processor: Intel Core i5-3470 or AMD FX-8120
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 760 or Radeon R9 290X
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 25 GB available space
How to install:
1. Extract The File Or Burn The ISO 2. Install The Game 3. Copy The Crack To Installation Folder. 4. Play & Enjoy the Game.
God Eater 3 Review :
God Eater is like Monster Hunters little anime brother. It features a lot of the same things, it features big monsters that need to be hunted down and farmed. It features a large collection of weapons and weapon combos to select between and a huge amount of items to help you in your quest. Don’t forget this review is from God Eater 3 Free Download for Pc Page.
The difference, is God Eater generally has more to say in story than the monster hunter franchise does. And I loved the story of GE3. I loved it so much in fact that as I was coming toward the end I started blatendly ignoring all side missions. Because I simply HAD to know what happened next. Compared to GE2 that was so boring that I cannot tell you what it was about this is a huge step forward.
However, as monster hunters little sibling, I find GE3 lacking in a lot of the ways that haven’t improved since the 2nd game.
The combat is a lot easier, even the hardest of bosses only take 5min. So you get stuck in this chore of battling for 3-5min, sitting through a min of waiting timers and loading screens before going out there again. And IF you’re lucky, and doing story, you’ll be stuck running around all three floors of your “ship” looking for that one person who needs to talk to you. In GE2 there was a header that said “Somebody wants to talk to you”.
So you knew exactly when you were done with this step. In GE3 there is no such header, no such indication, so even if there is only one person who wants to talk to you in one room, you’re better off checking all rooms just incase instead of running over to the mission desk and checking if “that was it”.
I’m also not such a fan of the combo system, each weapon gets a handful of different combos for ground, air, and step. And depending on your weapon there are more variants still. However, you can only equip one combo for ground, air, and step. Which means you’ll end up redoing the same combo over and over and over and never having any change in combat unless you encounter an air monster (or a very tall one?). Of course, maybe that can be seen as a silly complaint because once you’re in town you can always just change a different combo.
My main combo was the easiest one, it was just four normal clicks of my mouse. So obviously I got sick at it at the end of the game. But it was simply too good DPS to ignore. It just felt more restrictive than MHW where I go out into a field and have a handful of different combos to master at a time instead of one for land and one for air.
Not that the weapons are all that simple, they have many different attacks. My weapon choice was a sort of dual blade, and you had light attacks and hard. You could also turn those dual blades into a lance of sort that added another three different weapon attacks. Which was pretty awesome, and it IS pretty awesome as you’re learning all the skills and leveling up the combos (because you can level them up here). But once you’ve mastered it, you end up in the boring grind of using one combo over and over and over again for efficiency’s sake.
Despite these flaws, I greatly enjoyed the game and would recommend it if you want a small itch for big monster games, or some anime styled combat.
Oh, and I cannot stress this enough, there seems to be millions of clothing options. I spent half my time crafting new clothes and trying them on. It’s great customization that was a lot of fun for me.
It also seems to be a much smaller game than GE2. I never finished GE2 because I grew bored after 30 hours. But I don’t think I was anywhere near the ending. But I completed the GE3 story around the 25 hour mark. Tho I should add that the developers have gone a different route with this game. Instead of DLC’s or extended editions, they’ve added an update roadmap. Two of these are out, I don’t know how many there are. But they added extra missions. That actually had story. Progress. New content. and laid the foundation to what I believe will be the next game. I loved that, that when the story was over it really wasn’t.
If you like the game then Please buy it to support the developers Steam.