Summary: Eternal Sonata is a hit or miss game for me. I don't dislike the game, but at some points it annoys me. Let's start off easily. Eternal Sonata is centered around composer Frédéric Chopin, who died due to tuberculosis at an young age of 39. But the story of this game is just so confusing.
Summary: I bought the game looking satiate my JRPG lust. The game is exactly that: A JRPG in the truest sense. The story was OK, and didn't really get me super sucked in. The graphics are passable at best. Where the game really shines is in the battle system.
Summary: I love RPG's but this one just didn't work for me. I've had a hard time getting into the story, the writing and voice-work is very melo-dramatic and it's almost as if the creators are catering to very young people with how blunt and straight forward they are about things that can easily be inferred.
Summary: The music is amazing, and the graphics were bright and very detailed. What disappointed me was the story... a lot of people rated this really high, but I feel that the story is very lacking, and the ending is very disappointing... it feels incomplete.
Summary: To begin with, I'm been playing RPGs for many years now; it's the only genre that I play. The battle system is great; it gets increasingly difficult, so you are always learning. You have regular attacks and special attacks. Both use an action gauge to predict how many attacks you will have.
Summary: As much as people may claim that the combat system is awfully repetitive, I believe that this game isn't meant for such a thing. The true beauty of this game is it's backgrounds, character designs, and inventive storyline, that was, for a change, tied to an event in real life involving a person...
Summary: I bought this game for two reasons: 1. It is one of only a handful of RPGs available on the PS3, and 2. The visual style is appealing. Visual Style. While the character models are impressive, the remainder of the game's visual elements are relatively lackluster.
Summary: It's a bit of a drag when they start to tell you all about the composer Frederic although I know you can skip it. The characters seem a bit weak even when they level up but I'm enjoying the game anyway.
Summary: In general the game is very fun. Although after 12 hours of gameplay it becomes a bit boring. For example: There are not many different monster-types, they just change in color. The story is greatly told and very interesting for everyone who likes classical music.