Story and graphics awesome.... Gameplay very tedious....
Roger Domingues, Amazon
1 July 2014
Summary: Awesome game if you like the characters and the story. Gameplay can be tedious and demands long hours to evolve your characters to a decent level. The upgrade system for the skills and weapons are the same as Blazing Souls Accelate for PSP plus a ridiculous experience bar for the skills itself meaning long hours to level up only one skill to make a decent damage against the enemies.
Summary: Five major Japanese video game developing companies, Nippon Ichi Software, Capcom, Namco Bandai, Gust, and Idea Factory, have come together to create Cross Edge; a strategy RPG game unlike any other. Cross Edge features characters from popular franchises such as Darkstalkers, Disgaea, Mana Khemia, Ar Tonelico and Spectral Souls. You start out with Miko and York two young people who have woken up in a mysterious land, and have forgotten much of their pasts.
Summary: The game is an RPG. The graphics are 2D but look real nice. - gameplay is long, I have over 50 and I did not beat it yet - buttons are simple to learn - dialog sounds great Com - it freezes at times, may be the disk The game play is similar to Final fantasy Tactics but narrowed down to a 4x4 moving space.
Mediocre gameplay, good choice of characters, awesome music!
Aykut SIGIN, Amazon
4 February 2014
Summary: The gameplay mechanics are the worst part of this game. I'm sure that if it were made in another genre, it would shine as one of the best games for PS3. It's quite difficult to play it as it is now, however. The music is top-notch, I have it on my computer and listen to it all the time.
Summary: This game is for die-hard NIS fans or those who really like long winded games. Don't get me wrong, I'm one of those weirdos that actually sit through and grind through these. The humor is actually kinda of nice, just don't expect instant gratification at any point. You need to earn most of these trophies.
Summary: Take this from someone who never played any of the other games in this universe. I felt no impact that would be present with the character canon in this game. So I can only really comment on the game play. It's a pretty straight forward turn-based foundation with a character placement/movement mechanic that is, at this point, present in most 2D JRPGs. The game kept introducing me to all Take this from someone who never played any of the other games in this universe.