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Circle Nine Dec 27, 2012 @ 2:24pm
Demo vs full game
In the demo, each dungeon floor takes about 2 minutes to complete. Does this change much at all over the course of the full game or do most of the floor end up staying short?
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Zem -> Bed Dec 30, 2012 @ 8:46am 
For the story dungeons, the longest a level (speedrun) should take you is 3 minutes, once geared... But if you're talking in terms of even-levels, the absolute most would be 10 minutes for one. This doesn't apply in Grind-mode AKA Neo-/Tri-Geon, where being randomly generated means they can range from 1 enemy/5 seconds, to a few dozen enemies/few minutes. The upside being there are 99 floors for both, and the Tri-Geon enemies start at your "power" level -- So it's almost always an even pace regardless of time invested.
Circle Nine Dec 30, 2012 @ 3:21pm 
Does it eventually change to a format where after completing a floor, it stops spitting you back out into the hub world so you can get an experience with a better flow to it? Or does it keep up the way it does it in the demo of you beat a floor, get a little splash screen of gold/time/experience for the floor and then kick you out to the town?
nosef Dec 31, 2012 @ 4:30pm 
Quite honestly though the game gets a bit dull after a few days or weeks. When you start playing the Tri-Geon/Neo (Pretty much a survival dungeon) you'll get bored of the game pretty fast.
Zem -> Bed Jan 1, 2013 @ 9:49am 
@Nine: Neo/Tri, you traverse the floors one* at a time, it has a screen with the gate/stairs you went through, then the next floor starts. A minor spoiler, but you can reclass/rejob part way through the story.

@Nosef: I'm roughly 150 hours in, yet to be bored (I can deal with monotony well) -- That might be because I'm aiming for the bosses, slowly statting up.
DKP Jan 19, 2013 @ 5:27am 
This is a JRPG. There is a lot of level grinding, stat development, etc. It's much more "Diablo" and much less "Final Fantasy". If you are into character customization, it's a great game.

DairunCates Jan 22, 2013 @ 2:44pm 
Also, the stages get significantly longer when you get to the last few areas. Some of them have "target" (read as speed run) times of like 2 minutes, which means they'll be take 5-7 minutes when you're doing them, and you'll likely need to either complete them multiple times or try them multiple times to beat them.
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