Summary: I played many RPGs including old ones. I think the battle system is pretty good, but enemies actually play the game like the player which makes entire battle very slow when sometimes there are about 20 enemies. I had fun and like the game overall, but the waiting time is long and sometimes I had to level up characters even in easy mode. I still think it was the best RPG game I played in DS so far, I find the system similar to PC game final tactics series.
Summary: I actually played this game on the original PlayStation and enjoyed it a lot, it was one of the first Atlus games I ever played and it's probably because of this game that I will almost always try out a game that Atlus puts out. If you played the original, you will notice that this one is arguably easier than the original.
Summary: At its core, Hoshigami is a remarkably deep turn-based strategy game with an interesting story and some beautifully designed characters. So what's the problem? For one, the pacing is dreadful... the game moves at a snail's pace from start to finish, the battles take forever, leveling is slow, and in many cases I found myself deliberately avoiding side-story missions (which I generally love in SRPGs) simply to avoid another long, pointless fight.
Summary: I have played many strategy/RPG games. I saw this one for the DS and picked it up despite the mixed reviews I have seen for it. It has received a large number of negative reviews, but I thought i could "find the good" in it and learn to love it. I was wrong. If there is one good thing I can say about Hoshigami is that it tries to be innovative and different.
Summary: I've been playing this game since the release date on the 26th and I absolutely love the gameplay and difficulty. this is the first time I've ever played these type of strategy games for the DS and it defintely won't be the last. If you like games that are a challenge to play and will last you a long time, this is the game to get.
Excerpt: Hoshigami: Ruining Blue Earth Remix är ett traditionellt rollspels i stil med Final Fantasy. Det skapades av MaxFive och släpptes 2001 av företaget Atlus men det kom inte till Nintendo DS förräns 2007 och släpptes då av Arc System Works. Handling I Hoshigami: Ruining Blue Earth Remix får man följa karaktärerna Fazz och Leimrey. De bodde länge ihop men under kriget skiljdes de åt.
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