Dusk Diver (Nintendo Switch) - Day One Edition £24.85 @ Base.com
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Dusk Diver (Nintendo Switch) - Day One Edition £24.85 @ Base.com

£24.85£34.2427%Base.com Deals
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Posted 6th Nov
Contents:
Game (PS4/Switch)
Art Book
Character Badges
Contents within Day One Edition Tuckend Box

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Dusk Diver is a vibrant action RPG which takes place in the iconic streets of Taipei! When an unstable dimensional rift brings together Gods, Phantoms and Humans - headstrong highschool girl Yang Yumo must step up to protect the neighbourhood. Fight alongside your guardians as part of a dynamic action-oriented combat system and expand your abilities by immersing yourself in the bustling streets, stores, personalities and even cuisines of Taipei.

Three Types of Being…
The Gods, of the sacred place named Kunlun. The Phantoms, born in the dimension of Chaos. And the mortal humans, for whom the idea of Gods and Phantoms is a distant - yet familiar - concept.


Two Converging Dimensions…
Whose converging energy flows rip open an unstable dimensional rift


And One Time, Every Evening.
Dusk. When according to legend, the energy flows become even more chaotic and violent....

Walk between two dimensions – an unpredictable rift connects the worlds of mortal humans and phantoms together. It's up to you to defend the human realm!

Play as resolute highschooler Yang Yumo - whose spiritual powers are awoken when she unknowingly enters a hostile and unfamiliar world.

Vanquish enemies with a dynamic action-oriented combat system - chain up light and heavy attacks, execute powerful combos and accummulate power to unleash the devestating D.ARMS combat mode

Summon and fight alongside multiple guardians – powerful gods who can unleash ultimate attacks for a wider variety of combat strategies.

Immerse yourself in the city - boost attributes by exploring stores, tasting local delicacies and forming bonds with your guardians

A cast of prominent voice actors – including Rina Sato (Persona 5, Bleach, Ao no Exorcist) voicing the heroine Yang Yumo

A unique Taipei neighbourhood, vividly recreated - Powered by Unreal Engine bringing the bustling Ximending district - and its inhabitants - to life with gorgeous visuals and battle sequences
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Same price on ps4 .
Also its £24.95 on the games collection on ps4 only tho .
Glad i did not pre order it now with the price drop
kblue_eyed_girl06/11/2019 06:06

Same price on ps4 .Also its £24.95 on the games collection on ps4 only tho …Same price on ps4 .Also its £24.95 on the games collection on ps4 only tho .Glad i did not pre order it now with the price drop


Unless you MUST have a game at Launch, pre-ordering doesn't make much sense any more. Exceptions being those games that may only be released in limited numbers or hard to find/increase in price as time goes on. But I haven't seen much of those recently
ejadaddy06/11/2019 08:47

Unless you MUST have a game at Launch, pre-ordering doesn't make much …Unless you MUST have a game at Launch, pre-ordering doesn't make much sense any more. Exceptions being those games that may only be released in limited numbers or hard to find/increase in price as time goes on. But I haven't seen much of those recently


I agree been burned to many times latly I tho k this will be about 10/15 soon enough
That was quick

I thought it'd flop so held off

Think I'll wait a bit longer
ejadaddy06/11/2019 08:47

Unless you MUST have a game at Launch, pre-ordering doesn't make much …Unless you MUST have a game at Launch, pre-ordering doesn't make much sense any more. Exceptions being those games that may only be released in limited numbers or hard to find/increase in price as time goes on. But I haven't seen much of those recently


First party /Ninty games are always safe bets to pre-order as they hold their price anyway. Same for popular jrpg/niche games allah 'Dragon Quest'. Your latter part about hard to find, you are totally right, pre-ordering 'Digimon Cyber Sleuth collection' seemed to be a must.

This I am tempted by, but got stung recently by a couple of other PQube releases, Picked up both World End Syndrome & Our World is Ended at £19 each thinking they wouldn't go cheaper then 2 days later they were £15 each. So i think I'll wait.

It's clear that niche games like VNs and ones that don't have a particularly strong following don't hold their value and will drop. PQube also seem to make a lot of product furthering this.

The game itself despite the average reviews does seem pretty darn appealing though.
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