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Touken Ranbu - Online - Juzumaru Tsunetsugu - Nendoroid #827 (Orange Rouge)

Touken Ranbu - Online - Juzumaru Tsunetsugu - Nendoroid #827 (Orange Rouge)
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H=100mm (3.9in)
Release date
04/2018 As Standard
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1pt
Couldn't resist ordering him. He's so beautiful.
1 day ago
1pt
Jingobean (26 days ago) #26249592Hmm,I'm torn.. I have a kind of rule for myself that I don't buy figures of characters/series I'm not into,but whoooa boy,is he purdy or what?? (✧ω✧ ) same but he is so beautiful (*¯ ³¯*)♡ and I'm also buying the scale
2 days ago
2pt
Lehst (3 days ago) #27210334Well yeah, the language and cultural barrier detracts from the experience. but even with what I do know it didn't really seem like much was going on. but it sounds like a fair amount has been added since I last played (it has been a few years now) which is cool. :)
The characters always had interesting personalities, and professional voice actors, but I felt like they were just appealing tropes. not that that's a bad thing, but I need more story to go with, and gameplay that depends more heavily on the skill of the player.


I think for what the game is, they did a very good job in portraying all these different personalities. Obviously it's just a clicking-RNG game, I'd LOVE if they took it to another type of platform since more story/gameplay would be great. The current platform just can't do this. The problem with TR is there is no "story", just an idea.

It's definitely not a game for everyone, especially those who like skill-based games. I play those too, TR is a background game for me to play while I wait to respawn after dying lol. XD
3 days ago
2pt
Veroxion (3 days ago) #27207567While I agree it's just a RNG game with pretty art, the swords do have a lot of depth if you can understand Japanese or know the history of the swords. If you don't, then yeah, you do have to go look it up which is a different experience. I think the swords do have their own personality and depth, and especially with adding kiwame into the game it has expanded on 'new' history with saniwa (you). :)Well yeah, the language and cultural barrier detracts from the experience. but even with what I do know it didn't really seem like much was going on. but it sounds like a fair amount has been added since I last played (it has been a few years now) which is cool. :)
The characters always had interesting personalities, and professional voice actors, but I felt like they were just appealing tropes. not that that's a bad thing, but I need more story to go with, and gameplay that depends more heavily on the skill of the player.
3 days ago
3pt
Lehst (14 days ago) #26686078I wouldn't bother feeling conflicted. There really isn't much to the game. The characters have very little depth. (Honestly it is the fandom and fanart that makes the characters interesting.)
The point of the game is to see pretty art and "collect them all". The actual gameplay is just mostly automated RNG.
You can just surf the Touken Ranbu wiki or probably find a video of some "gameplay" if you are curious. It is a glorified time-waster, but I did enjoy it for a few days to see what it was. The voices are nice but I will never play it again lol. It is pretty boring just sitting around and blindly clicking the mouse, very little stategy and just a lot of random dice rolls and timers. But the art and figures are cool.
Just enjoy it because it is pretty. That's the point of TR and KanColle.


While I agree it's just a RNG game with pretty art, the swords do have a lot of depth if you can understand Japanese or know the history of the swords. If you don't, then yeah, you do have to go look it up which is a different experience. I think the swords do have their own personality and depth, and especially with adding kiwame into the game it has expanded on 'new' history with saniwa (you). :)
3 days ago
2pt
He is stunning! Congrats to those who decide to purchase him. :D
10 days ago
1pt
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14 days ago
4pt
airportlights (24 days ago) #26306039Does anyone else feel conflicted because they don't play the game or know much about him, but just wants him anyway because SO PRETTY??
I wouldn't bother feeling conflicted. There really isn't much to the game. The characters have very little depth. (Honestly it is the fandom and fanart that makes the characters interesting.)

The point of the game is to see pretty art and "collect them all". The actual gameplay is just mostly automated RNG.
You can just surf the Touken Ranbu wiki or probably find a video of some "gameplay" if you are curious. It is a glorified time-waster, but I did enjoy it for a few days to see what it was. The voices are nice but I will never play it again lol. It is pretty boring just sitting around and blindly clicking the mouse, very little stategy and just a lot of random dice rolls and timers. But the art and figures are cool.

Just enjoy it because it is pretty. That's the point of TR and KanColle.
14 days ago
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