Reviews and Problems with Super Robot Taisen OG Saga
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My Review of Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier
Lecostel Hailey III, Amazon
28 September 2009
Summary: If you've played Super Robot Taisen OG and OG 2 then you're a bit familiar with the franchise. This is not like that because it's not an RTS. Endless Frontier is an RPG and you play the protagonist Haken, a Cowboy Bounty Hunter, who is partnered with Aschen, an android. They search a ship where they were found 20 years ago and discover a girl and from there what becomes a simple mission to take Kaguya (a princess from another world that is on a pilgrimage)back to her...
Summary: This game was an impulse buy from a store that always has the "shovelware". This was the only copy, the T rating (I don't usually buy games that are under T or M) pulled me in, and the game description pushed me to buy it. The game is great. The other reviews touch up on all the good points, and there isn't much else to say besides this game is definitely a good time filler. My saved file shows I've put in 66 hours of gameplay.
Summary: The gameplay is more action based than you would expect. The constant fighting between characters and innuendos make most cut scenes hilarious. Not as much fun the second time around but the unlocked bonus is pretty cool.
Summary: This game is one of the best rpg's i've played on the DS (granted, i haven't played many on the DS), , probably the only thing that can really be an issue is if you have a problem with jokes about women's endowments. The battle system is fluid, the translation is excellent, the story rarely takes itself seriously, the only thing that i could say that could turn off rpg fans is the humor, but if you can get past that i'd say this is well worth the purchase.
Summary: First off let me say if sexual innuendo and [...] jokes aren't your thing, this game is not for you. It has this type of fanservice literally bursting at the seams. Now that aside, the game is pretty fun. Chaining your combos, finding the character setups that you enjoy is addicting. If your a Super Robot Taisen fan like I am, this is a definite buy.
Summary: The censored cover caused me to nearly miss this. I mean, they don't even show Kaguya's cleavage like they should. Anyway, I'll keep this short and to the point. Super Robot Wars is an ongoing anime series, and this game is a distant offshoot. It has characters from Xenosaga in it, and is an attempt to cross worlds for a common goal. I won't spoil things, but everyone has a purpose here.
Summary: This is one of those games that, despite it's flaws, is worth playing for what it is. And it's a halfway decent JRPG with a somewhat interesting fight mechanic and awesome character design... which is basically Trigun-meets-Mobile-Suit-Gundam-meets-Girls-on-Trampolines. The humor and overall vibe of the game is something that is distinctly Japanese, and the developer didn't change a thing.
Summary: Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier , try saying that one ten times fast, I dare you! This is by far one of the longest game titles I've ever seen, with Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner 2: Raidou Kuzunoha versus King Abaddon , being another exception, although also a game published by Atlus!
Summary: Don't be misled by the title, this is a great game. The best way to describe it would be as an action RPG. This isn't a "standard" SRW (Super Robot Taisen) game, it's faster, less famous and better voiced. With jiggling-sorry, juggling. That is to say, you have to time your attacks to keep enemies in the air so that you can do even more damage to them. The boss fights are a pain in the behind. You'll find yourself having to heal constantly instead of attacking.
Summary: Tout simplement un incontournable pour tous ceux qui aiment les rpg typiquement Nippon . Les robot taisen sont très rares hors du Japon , peut être même que celui ci est le seul à avoir été traduit en Anglais . Ne cherchez plus foncez !