Zdood wrote:Byzantian-Fandango wrote:Yeah... None of that actually looks new. Looks like it's just a discussion of everything those of us who have played the game are already familiar with.
Actually, take a closer look. The bottom half of the first image appears to be talking about new content (I don't recall ever speaking to Arlecchino's disembodied head, and even if that did happen in the original and my memory just sucks, I know for a fact that at no point in the original do you ever speak to Lucchini in an area full of what appears to be molten lava). I would assume it's connected to that new Phantom Tower dungeon that got all that advertising, but I'm not sure. Maybe it has its own storyline...? Actually, I see a big number '3' amid all the moonrunes I can't read. 3 new dungeons/scenarios, maybe? VAMPKO, GET YER BUTT IN HERE!
The second image is indeed just reiterating stuff we know, for the most part. However, on the right half of the image... one of the pictures has what appears to be a huge honking tree in the Brockenturm dungeon. I do not recall any huge honking trees in the Brockenturm dungeon. Given the context, I would assume it's connected to that number 26 and that Tochka that looks like a crosshair - actually yeah, it is, that little blurb has an arrow pointing to that picture. ...Wait, now that I think of it, I think that's just the Captel Tochka from the original. Maybe it got some new animation, I guess, because that big brown I-think-it's-a-tree-but-I-might-be-wrong thing doesn't look familiar.
I'm fairly certain Arlecchino spoke to Metallia at least a couple of times with his detached head after she'd punched it off, but you are certainly right about the lava circle. I don't think there was ever ANY lava in the original game.
Ah, so it's called the "Phantom Tower", eh? Is it a Pit of Trials style dungeon like I think it'll be?
And yeah, that's the Captel Tochka converting the captured monster into an item as it originally did. The spokes forming a ring around it are the same. The animation for the capture action is so fast that those blackish-brown swirls may have always been there, but were too fast to see normally.