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Pretty Good, for a while...

posted by zdog98 (WEST COLUMBIA, SC) Sep 19, 2006

Member since Jun 2006

2 out of 3 gamers (67%) found this review helpful

This game is an awesome game, but lasts only a little while until you get bored. This might only be for me but.... yeah i give it a 7 or 8

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ok game

posted by alex24 (FLORENCE, MS) May 27, 2009

Member since May 2009

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

You might think that virtua quest is a sequal to virtua fighter but no its better getting virtua souls and all but the only bad part is they made the boss soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo overpowering.

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Very Good

Looks Like it Has the 'Heart' Concept

posted by TheApester (MCGREGOR, TX) Jun 23, 2007

Member since Nov 2003

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

When you first pick up Virtua Quest, you probably know it's Linked to Virtua Fighter, and that it's probably another fight 'em up sequel. But nooo, that's actually an RPG/fighting thing!...weird. I guess that Sonic Hero wanted to try something new.
Well, the game is like this futuristic shoen thing.People live in a website called Nexus, and it's his first time for this 15 year-old kid named Sei who's got this reaaally cute face but a man's voice. When this girl urges him to logout later in the plot, he can't, and that's where VQ's intensity begins. A threat to Sei's real life and virtual life, he's got
to learn how to fight for himself, and to find true inner strength that will forge his path.
There are many cool techniques you can perform,
such as the Sypnapse Break and the Mouku-something, so that kind of covers the bland
points of the game. To my earnest opinion, the
gameplay is a futuristic, more physical version of The Legend of Zelda. The fighters are all the monsters you fight in Zelda, and you need some things to open spectific 'Digital Walls', like keys to open certain doors. Also, Bit helps Sei like Navi, except I heard he can do much,much more. The music is even quiet like Zelda,& so is the voice acting! I mean, in cutscenes, the only
one I think I can hear sensibly is Sei.
Since this one was aimed at the children's market, it has more moral than the other VF games. When Sei exchanges discussion with some
adults or the Virtua Souls, they ask him for something moral. Like the "passion opposition"
thing that Wolf asks him about. That's kind of moral. Sei also has touched his heart about five times up to the point where you reach the second Server in Curio City. Hmm... that sounds a bit moral if you look at it in a spectific way.
In conclusion, VQ is a Zelda game with a Virtua
twist, and is a game more targeted for tween boys. However, that doesn't mean if you're a girl
you can't check it out...If you're boyish and agreeable enough,you'll like it! I do!

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