God Eater Resurrection
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- Try out the base weapons first and decide on one. You don't want to spread your upgrade materials out across multiple types because they can be time consuming/luck based to get.
- I generally avoided bullets/gun altogether because I didn't find it effective. The healing bullets can be helpful though, especially if you are playing with other people.
- That being said, there are recipes online for super bullets that can deal absurd amounts of damage. They require a lot of tinkering with parts though, because the custom bullet system is really unintuitive (in my opinion anyway).
- Quick Devour is good for keeping your Burst active and is relative safe. Charge Devour is more effective, but you're locked into place for a few seconds while you charge so you run the risk of taking a hit and wasting health/Burst time.
- Manage your items. A lot of junk can pile up in your quick selection which increases the amount of time you need to spend cycling through in the middle of a fight. Just take things that you know you'll use (healing, poison healing, stuff like that). I find it also helps to group item types together, like keeping all the healing items grouped next to each other.
- You can upgrade your gear by attaching the abandoned god arc parts that you're going to gather by the truckload to your loadout. Aside from putting the skill in question, you can simply increase the base stats instead. I would only really bother doing this with higher-end gear since wise playing can save you some grief.
- There will be a brief point where Alisa will be dead weight for a very obvious reason in the story. Once you get past this point, tho, she becomes the best New-God Arc teammate in the cast, so it's not even that notable in the long run.
- If you check the skills that your teammates can get, you can see two of them that act as multiple skills for the space of one. They usually need some prerequisite skills before you can activate them, but it's a good idea to take a look at which ones suit you best and plan your AP grinding around that.
- Do take the advice on attacking weak points seriously. Your weapons can only do so much damage and you're going to want to take advantage of elemental weaknesses whenever possible, especially for the more mobile and dangerous enemies.
- Also, you really should practice perfect blocking, wherein you time your block to negate all incoming damage. You can't block certain attacks, and you'd probably be moving the hell out of the way of them anyway, but when there's something that you know you can take, it's a good idea to perfect block so you can start your counterattack sooner.