From Aksys Games and Acquire, the studios that brought Gladiator Begins comes Mind Zero, an exciting dungeon-crawler RPG for the PlayStation Vita! Kei, a high school student is given the power of "Mind," the ability to control a persona with powerful abilities. However, "Mind" is much more than it seems. With the government and others tracking them down, what will Kei and his friends discover about themselves, but more importantly, about this mysterious power?
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I am so impressed and must show my appreciation towards games such as Mind Zero. The utter beauty and gameplay is so amazing. The plot is a rich, constant flow of anime goodness, joy, and love. I truly thank gamestop for having games like this.
I bought this game thinking it would be good base of the video i seen on youtube. this game has the worst graphic i ever seen plus it have too much dialogue and not a lot freedom to explore around the map
After a reasonable of research and observation of this game, it's abundantly clear that they're trying to capitalize on Persona's popularity with "their own take" on it. That said, it's a good game, I personally plan on getting it once it's released. Solid first-person dungeon crawler, with traditional JRPG combat. Production values are a bit cheaper, but I've definitely seen worse.
For your average player it probably wouldn't warrant a full-price purchase. But, if you're a more invested fan of dungeon crawlers and are looking for something to fill your Vita library, it's not a bad choice, though you should pick up Persona 4 first as this one is essentially "Persona-lite". If you're just looking for a new IP, then I'd direct you towards Demon Gaze as it's probably the best of this genre on the Vita at the moment.
This is a very Persona-like dungeon crawler, and although it may seem like a cheep rip-off of the SMT spin-off, I believe it could be a great game. Although I don't know everything about this game, I can say I am happy it is making its way to the Vita in the U.S.. On top of the other rpgs coming to the Vita, this would make a good addition to any Persona or jrpg fan's PS Vita library. Will keep an eye on this one.