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I disagree with the controls "problem" from the review. It does hurt to hold the system with your non-dominant hand, but after a few hours of gameplay I found that it was much easier to hold the system and that the control scheme used makes more sense than any normal control scheme. Land battles would be much harder if you used the Circle Pad to change view and movement. Also, it would be much more painful for you and the system to be repeatedly pressing one of the ABXY buttons to shoot for hours at a time. After the first 9 chapters the story has some major plot twists that make the game surprising until the end of the last chapter.
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