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posted by mistawolf (LAWRENCE, KS) Jul 30, 2013

Member since May 2009

2 out of 4 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

Iv fallen asleep multiple times playing this game, its just utterly BORING! I think i'v warn off the X button's X due to all the worthless information and boring childish dialog. The spelling errors are tolerable but the lack of fun isn't!

-Battle system (if you can ever get to it) Is so stupid! making it Real Time was a bad idea it should of been turn based so that you could actually make it fun! oh and here's a tip - the only time you block is on boss fights if you waste your time blocking on trash mobs your an idiot.

-Trash mob's spawn rates are way to high, you cant even turn around after you take out something the last thing you battled is already back up and behind you running around. so getting though an area and checking every spot is very time consuming (yet it forces you to lvl up)

-MP is wasted in battles to get the stuff over with and then when you need it for story line stuff or to heal yourself out of battle you have to find a save spot to get it back or lvl up. so tip - keep mana pots on you at ALL TIMES or you will hate this game so much.

-visuals. It really isn't that bad I liked the kid like drawings and etc.

-The amount of chat that pops up on your screen and they couldn't do a little voice acting drives me nut's. I think if it was on a Gameboy I wouldn't be as disappointed with it but its on a ps3 and for the amount of text I was required to read I would figure why not just give the game to me in book format.

I cant honestly say I had fun or if I enjoyed this game at all let alone recommend it, so just take heed to my tips.
-mana pots all times
-bring plenty of coffee before you start you will need it
-set your ps3 to never shut off or your you will fall asleep and forget to save and have to do that boss fight all over again.

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Adults Looking at this Game

posted by cwestbrook5309 (ATLANTA, GA) Mar 20, 2013

Member since Oct 2011

2 out of 4 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

This game was fantastic for me (23M). However, there are a few things an adult needs to know before going into this game. The story, game-play, and musical score are all extremely engaging and you can have an amazing experience, yet this can only be had if you drop all cynicism before playing. There are dialogues and cut scenes that are almost painfully childish. As an adult, this can really pull you out of a game and it has for me before. I essentially just convinced myself that I was playing a video game form of a Disney movie and was able to enjoy myself quite a lot. In summation, if you can drop the adult cynicism and just enjoy a Disney-esque adventure, then I could not recommend this game more. However if strong, preteen themes and dialogues are too too much for you, then do not waste your time on this game.

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It's a game, but that's about it.

posted by CJB0 (MINNEAPOLIS, MN) Feb 15, 2013

Member since Feb 2013

2 out of 4 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

There was a lot of hype to this game, & while I wasn't one of the googly-eyed minions waiting with my mouth ajar letting drool down to the floor, I will say that I decided to get this because I thought that there were not enough RPGs fro the PS3. This does not meet the requirements however to be considered "great" in my opinion.

First it's playable. It isn't really replayable and it lacks quite a few cognitive measures that would make a great RPG. My reasoning lies in the facts that:

A) It's a rehashed Pokemon game system. There are games that have familiars in them that do more than a few "tricks" and capturing your enemies after you beat them to a pulp? Sound familiar? That's because it was started a 10+yrs. ago. There is no depth to this system by the way; you beat it up and it randomly decides that after you beat the living daylights out of it that it wants to give you it's eternal soul. Meh.

B) It's slow to build and incorporate features that really didn't require such. A specific battle skill for instance is learned after the battle where it would have been really useful to use to begin with. It is almost as if it's taunting you with the status of being unable to do something and then three minutes later once you win giving you the ability to do what you wish you could have done ten mins. prior. Meh.

C) Character specializations don't really shine for a very long time. The third character you acquire has a specific skill that really is not useful for most of the game. This is true for other chars. as well.

The musical score is good, not great, good, and the graphics are expected, not astounding, just expected. It is not seamless between animated scenes ( as per hype ) and probably would have been better shaded in my opinion. It gets a 7 because of how few competitors it has not because of it's inherent genuine genius. Even the story is a rehashing of the age old "Death = Hero for Revival" trope. It gets better as you go but I admit I just was n

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