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GF Rating
5.7

2226 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
6

Above Average

Worth A Rent

posted by Xanide (LIBERTY, TX) May 30, 2010

Member since May 2010

7 out of 10 gamers (70%) found this review helpful

I gave the game a 6 because the graphics are nice, the battle system is sweet and the little board thing you move around is a neat idea. BUT what is the story about? I played for atleast 15 hours and I still have no idea whats going on. Also, If you run out of the little red dots (I forgot what their called) at the bottom of your battle HUD your partymembers whimp out and cant do anything, Basicly leaving you to die. If one of your party members die then its game over. The learning curve is also very steep for begginers, unless you played JRPG's before its going to take you a couple of hours to learn the battle system alone. I give this game a rent.

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GF Rating
7

Good

Awesome

posted by MistaCMD (LONGVIEW, TX) Mar 17, 2010

Member since Mar 2010

13 out of 27 gamers (48%) found this review helpful

This game is like Sci-Fi + Swords + Spells + Guns!
This game is just like another version of Final Fantasy-like games.
If you don't love this game, you're weird....
Try it out....!

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Fresh perspective on the RPG World

posted by revenger68 (PHOENIX, AZ) Apr 3, 2011

Member since May 2010

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

This game is fantastic. I almost listened to the bad reviews, but chose to give it a honest shot instead. This game takes on a unique style of gameplay. The characters are a blast to watch & develop quite nicely. If you're sick of the same 'ol same 'ol either all-out hack-n-slash and the long winded cast-style RPG style this is a refreshing change. There aren't any typical classes: Swords, mage, blah blah blah... This game takes a unique perspective of explosives and guns. It works similar to a turn-based RPG without the usual slow paced rate.

The characters are well-developed and have a unique story. I found myself loving this game right out of the box. Graphics are great, animation is fluid and combat is refreshingly unique to any other RPG I've played with a perfect balance of tactic and variety. Combat may seem complex at first, but it's quite easy to grasp. On top of that there are interactive tutorials to show you every step of the game.

If you forget how to pull off a technique, or are stuck: there is an in-game manual you can pause and go to at any time from anywhere in the game, even in combat.

All I can say is it's a refreshing change in the typical "Am I going to be a mage or a swordsman?" type of mentality most RPG's have. I think of this as a turn-based game with the pace of live-action. It's well worth the rent, if not buy (I'm buying this!).

Last but far from least: the game has FANTASTIC sound. If you have a surround sound system this game was designed for it. There is even a configuration utility in-game for configuring sound. I found this to have the best audio i've heard in a RPG for quite some time.

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