Reviews and Problems with Ar tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel
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A dating sim where you carry a sword
brandon w., Amazon
28 April 2013
Summary: Going into this i was looking for anohter rpg to occupy my time being a fan of anyhting with nis america on it i might have been suckered into this. The game overall isn't bad it has decent graphics enjoyable music and enjoyable character interaction.
Ar Tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel - PS3 Video Game
Larry Nolan, Amazon
16 February 2013
Summary: The game looks great and is a good game after you play awhile and get some experience. But the beginning learning curve is a little too dificult for my taste. You just barely get into the game and you're forced into a very challanging boss battle, which if you don't win, you have to start the game...
Summary: I own the entire trilogy of Ar Tonelico but truthfully, the first two games were better with the first being the best. The second had a really great plot going on with lovable characters as well as the first. The characters in the 3rd were disappointingly boring and dry.
Summary: (Please ignore my star ratings on this item, they are not relevant because I haven't played yet ... but Amazon doesn't allow you to supply a comment without a rating, so I picked 3 out of 5 for a "middle of the road" score). I ordered this item here from Amazon.
Summary: After the first's game flawed emergence into the world followed up by superb squeal (with a not so superb localization) one would think the 3rd game would a golden rainbow that hands out candy. Sadly this game is a step backwards, in more ways than one.
Summary: I really wanted to love this game and part of the time I did. However, the decent story and fun character development are ruined with what feels like unfinished gameplay. Battle System/Area Maps- The battles are boring and basically broken.
Summary: I always liked Gust's Rpgs for many reasons: they tend to be "old-style" and their stories aren't that serious but yet are enjoyable, reminding me of fables...well this game can be a sort of half-way work.
Summary: In a nutshell, this third AT game is mostly a step back from AT2. The character interactions are a little better, but the gameplay is much worse. Starting right with the bad, the battle system in AT3 is very bare-bones.
Summary: I absolutely adore Ar Tonelico II so it took a while to adjust expectations down for Qoga. There are still many good bits here and there but it resembles a pizza someone dropped on the dirty floor. It still looks good and you can eat it but the grime really turns you off.