Summary: I've got mixed feeling about this game. There's a lot of grinding. Let me say this again, there is a lot of grinding. But for some reason, I'm a bit addicted to playing the game. I can't say why, the game play isn't stellar. The game play is fairly monotonous. Memorize a combo and hit the correct buttons in sequence and you win a round. Do the same combo again and you win the second round, then the third round, etc. The story and dialogue is juvenile.
Summary: Cross Edge is a JRPG mashup that involves the Disgaea, Darkstalkers, Spectral Souls, Atelier Marie, Mana Khemia and Air Tonelico franchises. This game originally came out in Japan nearly a year ago and I've been patiently waiting ever since for someone to port it. But, should I be thankful that NIS America brought this game stateside? The graphics are simple - mostly 2D sprites that remind me of the SNES or PSX days. So what?
Summary: Do you miss the old days of RPGs? Large character rosters, recurring enemies, sprawling worlds, dialogue that makes little sense at best? Good news! Cross Edge is, for better or worse, the most interesting attempt at a re-invention of the oldschool 8 and 16-bit RPGs that I've seen in years. It also happens to be one of the most addicting, complex but sometimes downright frustrating titles to roll onto a console in recent memory.
Summary: If you are looking for something simple and a little bit funny, this is the right game to you. Its is quite simple sistem, damage is huge and you have a lot of caracters to play with, if you like Overpower characters you will find out in this game with over 5k hit combo and damage up to 999,999,999 you may have some hours of fun.
Summary: I had great expectations from this title,however,I dont feel satisfied overall.Story is weak, gameplay is really hard and exhausting.Nothing suprising at all;monotone...and after it installs 1.5 gb on hdd,it still loads 3-5 secs after every scene change and etc.
Summary: (UPDATED 6/4) OK. I have a confession to make. The fanservice of this game is what drew me to it. I mean, what real RPG'er wouldn't want a game that mixes the best characters of so many notable games into one great RPG? The chance to see Morrigan from Darkstalkers engage in battle alongside Aurica from Ar Tonelico? To be able to hear the memorable characters from the Disgaea series d00d! Unfortunately, fanservice is all the game is. For you, that might be all you need.
Summary: This is my first real venture into this kind of RPG. I would definately call myself a 'Square fan-boy', but after watching a few video reviews I thought i'd give it a punt. To begin with, the appearance of this game is wonderful. The colours are vibrant, the artwork is clean and clear - great. The characters and scenes are generally 2D, giving it a real retro feel, which feels really nice after playing all these high-graphics games.