Enjoyable Story with Occasionally Frustrating Gameplay
Natalie Graves, Amazon
13 July 2015
Summary: I enjoyed the storyline and mystery as well as the cast of characters. I disliked how the main story flew by so quickly and certain plot-related issues never fleshed out and explained. The meat of the game is in its side-quests. The story-based game quests were some of the best parts.
Summary: As someone who purchased Rune Factory 4 and then bought the earlier title based on the praise for it, my review might help others in the same boat wondering if it's worth a look as well. Some minor RF4 spoilers ahead.
Summary: I absolutely love this game. I've been playing it since I got it. It is very addictive for me but it's a lot of fun. I like how easy it is to get around and figure things out for the most part.
Summary: I'm posting under my husbands account as this is where the purchase was made. I absolutely loved RF4, and I'm currently waiting on SoS to come out, so I figured I'd pick up something else to play to hold me over until then.
Summary: This is the game that started my obsession. Be warned, if you don't usually have time to play games, you might end up accidentally staying up all night playing this. This JRPG gives you a lot to do and you can easily log A LOT of hours: fighting and taming monsters in dungeons, building...
Summary: RF 3 was the first RF game & RPG I ever played. I was sorting my games and couldn't find it so I ordered another one. I like learning about each character through their quests as their fp/lp raised. The scenery was pretty and pleasing visually.