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The Caligula Effect: Overdose Tips – 5 ‘Hidden’ Features that You Might Miss

Hidden Features

Tadashi Satomi, known from writing the first three Persona games, made The Caligula Effect: Overdose to have some commons with it. Puzzling dungeons, sophisticated plot, and unique gameplay are there in this high school life, virtual reality. On top of that, The Caligula Effect: Overdose also has some ‘hidden’ features that might be useful to help you beating the game.

These features are not purposefully hidden, but, you need to play the game for some time to notice these features . Therefore, know these 5 ‘hidden’ features in The Caligula Effect: Overdose that can help you beating the game.

Hidden Feature in the Caligula Effect: Overdose – Skill Points Mechanics

For those who have played the game , you might notice that each time your character levels up, other party members also get a skill point. This feature can be easily forgotten as it is different with the most games that have similar gameplay. Therefore, don’t forget to apply those skill points in the Skill Reel every time your character levels up to get maximum efficiency in battles.

Skill Points

Hidden Feature in the Caligula Effect: Overdose – Percentage near Classmate’s Name

You might already see that there is a percentage point by the name of each classmate. These percentage points indicate about the prone of the classmates to change into monsters suddenly. The higher its percentage is, the more likely for them to attack you. Therefore, pay attention for this feature if you don’t want to start a fight while in dungeon, especially when you already have a battle near them.

Character Percentage

Hidden Feature in the Caligula Effect: Overdose – Moving Camera in Battle

When in battle, you can stir the camera by using the right stick. Of course this feature can help you a lot in seeing the position of the enemies. By knowing the exact position of the enemies, you can strategize a better combo to kill them easily. Moving the camera can also help you the see better when fighting in narrow area, such as corridors. Hence, don’t forget to use this feature to get better sight about the positioning of your characters and the enemies.

Battle System

Hidden Feature in the Caligula Effect: Overdose – Messaging Friends

Having a lot of friends in the Caligula Effect: Overdose does have a good impact to your gameplay. Not only they give you passive abilities, you can also have better understanding about the plot of the game. You can do this by messaging them anytime and anywhere you want. Though it does not really improve your characters’ strength or anything, knowing a more in-depth story of the game is never a bad thing.

Massaging Friends

Hidden Feature in the Caligula Effect: Overdose – Causality Link Passives

One of the main attractions in the Caligula Effect: Overdose is its causality link feature. While it being a unique and promising gameplay mechanic that can hook the players, the game did not really explain it comprehensively.

Basically, causality link is very to social links in Persona Series, but its quantity is way more massive. When you have befriended them, you can gain passive ability to help you in battle. But, be wary in applying these passive abilities to your characters because some of them give you great stats boost in change of other stats point.

Casuality Links

The Caligula Effect: Overdose is surely one of those games who try to employ unique and new gameplay to the gaming industry. But, the ‘packaging’ of these new gameplays is not explained comprehensively for the players to easily use them in the game. Therefore, even though these features are likely explained well in the game, you can have them to improve your experience in playing the Caligula Effect: Overdose.

The Caligula Effect: Overdose is now available on Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC

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