Summary: The game itself arrived in immaculate condition, and I was impressed by how quickly it arrived! I'd been looking forward to playing this game for a very long time, and when they announced Project X Zone 2: Brave New World in the making, I knew I had to give this a try.
It looks like it should be fun, but it really isn't
Brendan Harmon, Amazon
25 April 2015
Summary: I'm kind of confused by the high reviews. Imagine playing some weird version of Final Fantasy Tactics where all the characters just did one basic attack the entire time. There honestly is no strategy beyond the initial learning phase of figuring out how to stack attack combos.
Summary: Preordered this game and haven't yet stopped playing it since. It is a button pounder requiring no real combat finesse (all turn based) but requires strategy in equipping and deploying the different units. The characters from the various games interact entertainingly and at times quite hilariously.
Summary: The active combat is great fun but the game is way too long. I realize that's a strange thing to say, but there are about 40 stages, and with 12 characters and 50+ enemies on the map at once each stage can take hours. And on almost every single stage there are second or even third waves of enemies.
Summary: The dream crossover. There are SO many heroes in this game that none shine (not really a problem). Only problem is that it feels a little bit longer than it should. Otherwise it is absolutely great, gorgeous, funny and interesting.
Summary: I had imported and played Namco X Capcom previously but never finished it, and one could see why with how long PXZ was. I was excited to see PXZ was getting a NA localization and it was entirely worth waiting for.
Summary: I'm a big Capcom fan, and the second I saw this game ...I had to have it. I like all the different characters, in the game, and the graphics. I think Project X Zone is a good game, but there's just to much reading, and the voices are in japanese. If you can get pass that, and if your a fan..