Good battle system, dumb characters, but great game overall!
Danielia Lewis "Danielle", Amazon
17 February 2015
Summary: This game reminded me of Final Fantasy X.. But with more dumb characters. At least in X most of the older guardians knew what they were doing, in this game, I,, just didn't know what to think sometimes.
Nicholas "A martial artist's fist is his soul and is technique his personality.", Amazon
6 February 2015
Summary: Good game so far. Nothing terribly new as afar as the game mechanics go. Battle system's a bit weird, but you get used to it. The game is an interesting historic fiction.... but it's mostly just a mix of history and fiction, in two separate parts.
Summary: This is a great and unique game! One that will forever go down in my personal gaming history as a game that made me pause and think about the world around me. Like most Japanese RPGs, the story is sordid and complex.
Summary: Tri-Crescendo is at best a niche videogame developer, their most notable titles being the Baten Kaitos titles for the Nintendo GameCube, which they co-developed with Monolith Soft. In 2007, they developed the Xbox 360 title Trusty Bell: Chopin's Dream, with Namco-Bandai games publishing it, the game...
A must own for jrpg and classical music history lovers!
hilary olson, Amazon
12 June 2014
Summary: the story is so sweet and not only do you play as these people in Chopins dreams but you get to play as him too AND they even give you interesting historical referenses and lessons. SO not only are you being entertained but you are learing something too.
Summary: While the characters and environments are interesting, I found the gameplay, precisely the battle system, laborious. I gave the game a good solid 10+ hours to change my mind, but I just couldn't get past the quirky battle system.
Summary: I like JRPGS I love video games but this game ooohhhhh my god. I start it up it shows some opening cut scenes with terrible dialogue. So far so good. I get to fight some beginning enemies. Usual button mash. Then soon I get to the first boss.
Summary: Fans of RPG's JRPG's and/or classical music should enjoy this one. The only downside to this game is they adopted awkward names for familiar items i.e. potions are "cookies." As silly as the whole thing may seem, don't play this one unless you're up for a challenge, you HAVE to grind like a mother...
Summary: Beautiful visuals, fun combat and well done voice acting. I really enjoyed the underlying message from the story, which I hope isn't lost on most players. All in all it was a fun game but something about the whole thing felt lacking.