Summary: This game shines because of its fantastic characters and cool soundtracks. It's fairly easy to start playing, and has a nice difficulty curve, which makes this game very relaxing and enjoying. The story is well-written. The interface and bosses are much better than the previous Luminous Arc game.
Summary: Luminous Arc has again kept me entertained every minute playing it. Its anime-like graphics was drawn and generated greatly, and the gameplay is definitely entertaining. Story I thought the story was a little typical and probably the biggest flaw in the game. Its like all the other RPG anime games.
Summary: Luminous Arc 2 is a fun, average-quality turn-based strategy rpg. Pros: > Voice acting brings the story to life. > combat is streamlined and simple. > engaging storyline. > "Intermission" provides interesting & entertaining background on the characters.
Summary: I found this title has all the little fun and addictive traits of any good strategy role playing game, though it isn't as deep and involving as something like Final Fantasy Tactics or the uber-complex Disgaea games.
Summary: This is a good tactical RPG. Not quite the level of Tactics Ogre or Final Fantasy tactics, but well worth the purchase. It seems simple at first but the difficulty does ramp up after a bit, so be prepared.
Summary: Pros: +Some good art +Good music +Well written story +Simplistic Gameplay that anyone can pick up on +Fast paced battles Cons: -Graphically doesn't look much different from a GBA game -Very easy game -It does little to separate itself from the first game or to really try to stand out in the genre.
Summary: Its good game, but not without its faults. When it comes to gameplay, sometimes you'd wish this game was more like Fire Emblem. But its fun nonetheless. The story... its lengthy one but, well, its quite cliche and the main is a bit to soft for the look of his appearance.