Summary: Decent FFTactics clone. Controls are a little clunky, though. A standard SRPG for anyone looking for it, from what I remember, there are option choices, but I'm not sure if they really matter.
Rather poor gameplay, didn't play for very long before giving up on it
Mr. S. A. Roome, Amazon
28 April 2010
Summary: I didn't play this game for very long, it bored me from the outset and had a game system which seemed pretty pointless. I advise trying a friends game before forking out a massive heap of cash for this no-thrills game.
Summary: The title sums up Hoshigami perfectly. If for example you do the Tower of Trials on starting the game, the chapters will be ridiculously easy once you start the main quest.As you open locations, more of these towers appear making it an ongoing problem.
Summary: The game is so nice, and I like very much Atlus doing them. The battles are someway fast and you never feel you're losing your time. Of course, it's a port of a game once released for the psx ten years ago, but that does not mean it shouldn't be good.
Summary: If you enjoyed Tactics Ogre or Final Fantasy Tactics them you are going to enjoy this. Although the game does not play as well or the story is as good, it is more of the same tactical rpg gameplay that Atlus are renowned for. It's a solid game and is relatively unknown.
Summary: This game is a simple turn-based-strategy game that reminds me most of the the isometric 'Tactics' games on the GBA (Final Fantasy Tactics, Onimusha Tactics, etc). It has pretty good graphics, better than the average 2.5D isometric game as it has some scaling effects, etc.
Summary: Autant dire que je n'ai jamais entendu parler de ce jeux, mais qu'il mérite un large détour ... Le scénario est intéressant, le gameplay très bien fait, la prise en main est rapide et efficace, c'est un très bon jeux de plateaux au tour par tour comme il manque tant a la nouvelle génération.