Summary: Recommendation: Since this product requires Steam activation anyways, before buying this game for your pc, pleas go to Steam and try out the demo for this game first. [...] In my personal opinion, this game fails to meet many standards. The story-line is very old fashioned and character dialogues are stiff and uninteresting.
Summary: This game has the some of the most awful controls on a PC game...ever. The controls for the PC game are great for a console game, but utterly unnatural and counter intuitive on the mouse and keyboard. The game doesn't even tell you the correct controls! For example, the game might say, "Press A to select and Press B to cancel." Obviously, these directions are for the Xbox 360 and pressing "A" repeatedly on the keyboard does absolutely nothing.
Summary: This title did not get the love it deserved from the developers. I have played it both on PC and X-Box 360, and I guarantee you that it's only issue was NOT being on the 360. Tedious, repetitive battles, inane dialog, boring/tired story. What is there to be excited about?
Summary: I really tried to like this game. Maybe it gets great later on –
I wouldn't know. I couldn't force myself to play for more than 5 hours
or so. From what I could see in that time, this RPG was missing some of the crucial
elements that define RPGs. Like the ability to decide what skills your character
learns. That's kind of important. It seemed to assign random skills when you
levelled up instead of giving you the option.
Summary: The Last Remnant has a great storyline like most Square enix games with rich
graphics to back it up. Though it falls short with the battle system, it seems a
little confusing. I think they've put too many people to control in each battle
and it makes for difficult healing. Its a harder game to play, as it seems like
it was converted badly from X-Box to PC its not completly user friendly and may
take some time to figuire out how it all works.