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As an Action RPG, Ys Seven is stellar. The combat is smooth, and the learning curve is very forgiving. You acquire new gear and learn new skills at an even pace, so you’re never going long periods without an upgrade of some sort. There are 7 different characters to choose from with their own weapon styles and skill set, and you can have three in your active party at any given point in time, controlling one while the AI controls the other two. The ability to switch between characters at the press of a button makes the rock-paper-scissors style of weapon resistances work well rather than become a hindrance, and gives the player plenty of options in boss fights. Becoming accustomed to the dodge roll and mastering flash guard will allow a skilled player to excel even at the higher difficulty levels.
The boss fights are where Ys Seven really shines, all that training and work you did with the regular monsters really pays off. You can get by with a minimal amount of grinding (I really only do enough to buy all the weapons and learn the skills at each town as I visit), but it pays to be prepared for the boss encounters. The first time I faced down the two headed turtle and the boss track started got my heart pumping, and I knew this was a great game when I pulled off my first super move and just annihilated it!
Since Ys Seven is a port of an 8 year old PSP game, there are some minor nuances. First, the game runs extremely smooth, even at max resolution and settings in borderless window mode; no pixelated lines, all crisp and smooth. The colors are crisp and much more vibrant than on the PSP port, and the controls work just fine (although I would recommend a controller for the best experience). Now for the elephant in the room: the graphics are a little blocky, and the big bug eyes the characters have contrast sharply from the gorgeous anime-style character art. I’m willing to grant this a pass since it is an 8 year old game, and the standards for a small screen (and an underpowered device like the PSP was) were a lot different back then. I have absolutely no complaints in how the game performs, and it’s still a joy to tuck in.
As an entry in the Ys series, Ys Seven is one of the best there is. This was the first game in the series to introduce the party concept (now implemented as well in Memories of Celceta and Lacrimosa of Dana), and being able to play Dogi and deliver that wall crushing punch was INCREDIBLY satisfying! The game picks up where Ark of Napishtim left off, with Adol and Dogi finally arriving in Althago, and the red haired adventurer immediately tucks in to solve all the world’s problems. As expected of Falcom, the music is amazing, from the animated intro to the final credits, and I had no qualms buying the soundtrack and keeping it in regular rotation. My only wish was that this release had a boss rush mode like other entries in the series (like Origin and Oath of Felghana), but with the level of customization in gear and party composition I can see how this would be difficult to implement.
The “TL;DR” line is that Ys Seven is amazing, one of the best entries in the series, and the Steam release is a welcome addition and very well done! If Falcom is the king of action RPGs, then Xseed is it’s herald, and they once again deliver a game that is a must have for any library!
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Numpad 1 – Infinite Health
Numpad 2 – Infinite Sp
Numpad 3 – Infinite EX
Numpad 4 – Max Defense / Guard
Numpad 5 – 100% Critical Rate
Numpad 6 – 100% Dodge Rate
Numpad 7 – Infinite Items
Numpad 8 – Synth No Material Requirement
Numpad 9 – One Hit Stun
Numpad 0 – Super Damage / One Hit Kill
Ctrl + Numpad 1 – Infinite Gold
Ctrl + Numpad 2 – Infinite Experience
Ctrl + Numpad 3 – Infinite Skill Experience
Ctrl + Numpad 4 – Super Speed
Ctrl + Numpad 5 – Slow Motion
F1/F2/F3/F4 – 2/4/8/16x Gold
F5/F6/F7/F8 – 2/4/8/16x Experience
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