posted by DarkWarbeast (FLEMINGSBURG, KY) Dec 30, 2013
Member since Dec 2013
I am an old school RPG gamer going back to the days of FF2 (FFIV) on the SNES. I loved alot of the less mainstream RPGs that came out but this one after playing for several hours just never really caught my interest. Most of the scenes are forgetful and the characters felt very bland. To add to this the sounds in the game have alot of the chiming sounds I disliked from the older games, due to the pain it causes me. While I can over look the older games sounds do to limits in technology what is the excuses in this a game based on a dream Chopin (one of these most famous composers in history) have for having those old all be it updated chiming sounds.
posted by peterce1111 (EAST LONGMEADOW, MA) Feb 21, 2013
Member since Apr 2012
i herd this game can b rushed in 20 hours of gameplay or less and i have 13 hours close to 14 left on it before i sent it back cuz it just annoyed me with being too easy. i wanted a challange so i consider this game a disappointment.
battles: your timed in them, its turned based combined with real time combat
graphics: looks amazing, characters look amazing, monsters look amazing etc. etc.
voices: they are literly fine.
plot: an interesting plot indeed it involves helping people
bosses: fun fighting them but too easy
game itself is music like and your in a dream.
gamers (100%) found this review helpful
I can honestly say this is one of the best games I've ever played. The gameplay is fun, the unique combat is great, and the story makes you want to keep playing and playing and playing. If your spectical on whether or not to play this, I say you should give it a chance. I'd give it a perfect 10 if there wasntn't so many cut scense. P.S if you find yourself having trouble in battle farther along in the game, try out the Viola, March, and Salsa combo. You can bring Viola into a light area and heal arrow over and over, while Salsa and March rack up an insane amount of hit points. This should make it so you do max damage and almost never have trouble with your characters dieing. Hope this helps convince you to try this one-of-a-kind masterpiece.