Summary: I would have given this game higher rating if the game had been longer. I felt like it was a little too short. This was the first Final Fantasy game I've ever played, and I picked this one up because I heard Final Fantasy games are hard and this one is supposed to be easier... but I thought it was a little too easy. All of the bosses (except the last) are very easy to beat, there is almost no strategy involved, you just have to keep whacking at the guy.
Summary: As far as a Final Fantasy game goes, I am not sure how much this qualifies. The reason i say this is that, using an online guide maybe once, i finished the game in just under 12 hours. The game was very short. The characters we pretty good, but it would have been nicer if your other members did more while you controlled one. I also agree that the point of view was a little hard to use.
Summary: This game is really fun to play, and the characters and graphics are super cute. If you prefer action/adventure RPG's (like the ____ of Mana and Summon Night series,and Zelda) as opposed to turn-based and strategy types, you will probably enjoy Ring of Fates. Each character has a variety of different moves to choose from in battles, so you don't have to feel like you are just mashing the attack button until all the monsters go away (although, you probably can get by...
Summary: This game is a lot of fun. There's no two ways about that. Let's start with a handy pros/cons list, to set the mood for this review: Pros: -Crafting system is so much fun -The character classes/races are interesting and don't get boring; work together well -Combat is enjoyable -Multiplayer is (would be, I haven't played it but I can conjecture) great -Storyline, though childish, has some interesting twists and turns Cons: -Meeth, the Lilty character, is the worst Final...
Summary: I love the concept, all the stuff I've seen so far, but the controls are *terrible*. Your character is in a world that's oriented diagonally, so you constantly have to hold down two directions on the d-pad to move properly. I can't imagine why they didn't rotate the input 45 degrees like they did for Final Fantasy Tactics Advance. It doesn't make the game unplayable, but it sure makes it less fun.
Summary: I played FF III for the DS and I loved playing to pass the time as I have to take a long train ride to and from work. One of the best things is if I need to quickly get off the train I can hit quicksave at any time and quickly exit out of the game. As a portable gaming system game I would find this feature very common on most games. But yet Square Enix decided to take out that most basic feature for FFCC: Ring of Fates.
Summary: I enjoyed this game dramatically. The graphics were gorgeous for a 3D DS game. The gameplay was fairly simple but fun, the story was great, and even the voices weren't AS bad as some people seem to have said. The biggest complaints I've seen with the game were that it is repetetive, personally I didn't think so. Each environment is new and exiting, and the puzzles grow more elaborate as you go.
Excerpt: I have always liked the final fantasy series going back to ps1 when the games went over 3/4 disks :P Its only more recently that I have started playing them on the ds although I have had some of them sitting there for a year or so.. **Storyline** A great thing about the final fantasy series is although there are a lot of them you don't need to have played any of the others to understand what's going on or what you have to do.