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Exigence 11. nov 2012 kl. 1:15pm
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Morbid curiosity for anyone that owns this...

Would it be better to play this on PS3 or PC? I *am* going to buy this game, just not sure which platform it would be better on.
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Exigence 11. nov 2012 kl. 7:32pm 
lol I derped when I read it on the PSN. It is only for the PSP through that therefore I will be buying it on Steam.
Yutsuo 18. nov 2012 kl. 7:20am 
You know... every game is better on the PC.
Exigence 20. nov 2012 kl. 12:37am 
^ That is so very true.
WeeabooJudas 20. nov 2012 kl. 11:22am 
I would say go for the PSP version if you have one. I don't, but this is the kind of game that really works for half hour grind sessions and long car trips, something you can turn on and start playing in seconds.
Nessz 21. nov 2012 kl. 8:35pm 
I played the demo, got a little frustrated with the keys config, menus, etc. There seems to be a menu/action for every key and since they throw everything at the same time, it gets a little confusing.
Chrono 27. nov 2012 kl. 8:50am 
Oprindeligt skrevet af ness37k:
I played the demo, got a little frustrated with the keys config, menus, etc. There seems to be a menu/action for every key and since they throw everything at the same time, it gets a little confusing.
WASD move. J = Accept/jump, K = Cancel/attack, L = sprint, M = block, L+M = slide, U = magic, I/O/L = Switch magic/various functionality in menus. V = Menu. Not really all that confusing.
EatMyGunz 29. nov 2012 kl. 4:10am 
Oprindeligt skrevet af Yutsuo:
You know... every game is better on the PC.
all but the hacks you run in to when playing
Donoghu 30. nov 2012 kl. 10:11am 
In my opinion, it depend on what you wish to do with the game.

If you wish to be able to easily find and bring lots of stuff from other players (musics, characters, items, etc.), then the choice is the PSP/PSN version.

If you wish to be able to play it with a mouse or from a bigger screen & lightly better quality, play it on the PC.

IMPORTANT NOTE : You CAN'T bring either content to the other platform! If you got the PSP version, you can bring ONLY psp files in it and if you own the PC version, you'll pretty much have to wait until some of the website (like the wiki) actually manage to put a new page for the files on PC.

There's what I wrote on another post on how to import stuff in the PC version :

It's currently impossible to import the stuff without a bit of work first.
You have to pre-create while in-game the item you want to import. You won't need to actually recreate it, but only so that the file you'll modify will be created.

All the files/characters/items generated by you will be in this folder :
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\ClaDun x2\SAVEDATA

You must NOT change any name of the files!

You can open those .dat with any simple text editor, but it will be written in rubbish.(Mostly made with japanese characters mixed with roman one (classic).

There're some exemples :
(The * represent a variable number which change when you create multiple of the same kind)
FCSVFC20* = Characters (including sub and main)
MLSV0* = Music sheets (the music created)
GMSV0* = Game advancement and data
SVITWEP0* = Seems like the custom weapon sheet data.

Importing a music sheet :
1 - Start the game.
2 - Go to the pub.
3 - Create a random music. (give it a name so you can recongnise the file with 100% error-proof)
4 - Go look in the folder mentioned earlier.
5 - Open the file .dat of your music (MLSV0*something*) Should be the last one created if you just made the "fake music" sheet.
6 - Copy/Paste the NAME of the file to the .dat file you want to import.
7 - Replace the "fake" .dat file with the one you want to import that you changed the name.

Just a quick note thought... You CAN'T import files made from the PSP version! Most of the files online, right now, are made from the PSP version. If you download a file (mostly .zip) and its content is a folder with some sv.dat and 3 other files, those are PSP versions.

We will surely need to create a new page on the Wiki with the PC version of the music sheets created as, right now, all are PSP version.
Exigence 21. dec 2012 kl. 10:08am 
Oprindeligt skrevet af donoghu:
In my opinion, it depend on what you wish to do with the game.

If you wish to be able to easily find and bring lots of stuff from other players (musics, characters, items, etc.), then the choice is the PSP/PSN version.

If you wish to be able to play it with a mouse or from a bigger screen & lightly better quality, play it on the PC.

IMPORTANT NOTE : You CAN'T bring either content to the other platform! If you got the PSP version, you can bring ONLY psp files in it and if you own the PC version, you'll pretty much have to wait until some of the website (like the wiki) actually manage to put a new page for the files on PC.

There's what I wrote on another post on how to import stuff in the PC version :

It's currently impossible to import the stuff without a bit of work first.
You have to pre-create while in-game the item you want to import. You won't need to actually recreate it, but only so that the file you'll modify will be created.

All the files/characters/items generated by you will be in this folder :
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\ClaDun x2\SAVEDATA

You must NOT change any name of the files!

You can open those .dat with any simple text editor, but it will be written in rubbish.(Mostly made with japanese characters mixed with roman one (classic).

There're some exemples :
(The * represent a variable number which change when you create multiple of the same kind)
FCSVFC20* = Characters (including sub and main)
MLSV0* = Music sheets (the music created)
GMSV0* = Game advancement and data
SVITWEP0* = Seems like the custom weapon sheet data.

Importing a music sheet :
1 - Start the game.
2 - Go to the pub.
3 - Create a random music. (give it a name so you can recongnise the file with 100% error-proof)
4 - Go look in the folder mentioned earlier.
5 - Open the file .dat of your music (MLSV0*something*) Should be the last one created if you just made the "fake music" sheet.
6 - Copy/Paste the NAME of the file to the .dat file you want to import.
7 - Replace the "fake" .dat file with the one you want to import that you changed the name.

Just a quick note thought... You CAN'T import files made from the PSP version! Most of the files online, right now, are made from the PSP version. If you download a file (mostly .zip) and its content is a folder with some sv.dat and 3 other files, those are PSP versions.

We will surely need to create a new page on the Wiki with the PC version of the music sheets created as, right now, all are PSP version.


Thank you so much for the detailed information - I had already purchased this on PC. It is pretty good and I do recommend it for people into these kinds of games.

That being said - I'd love to give you some rep or something for such a detailed and informed post; alas, Steam is still behind the times
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