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.
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: I wanted to play this game a long time ago, but unfortunately it only released in America and japan (as I know) and in my Reagen we only have European releases, so I had no choice but to buy it from the internet.
Summary: Okay confession time. I love games with nice, cute, engrossing story lines and beautiful art. This game definitely has that and more. i would describe this game as light, fun and sweet. Although it does have its occasional philosophical moments. That being said it is not a difficult game.
Summary: I had my doubts about this game since it was an older game (buying it 4 years after release) but I couldn't be happier. The graphics are amazing and really do showcase the beginning capabilities of the PS3. The storyline is enough to keep you wanting to play for hours/days on end!
Summary: A totally strange, creative concept, but somehow sucks you in with mystical beauty. A lot of fun to play co-op and while the story within the story is a bit meh, the Chopin story itself is fascinating. A few too-long cut scenes, but overall a great game with enough challenge to be engaging.
Summary: why i like it is that a famous musician is on his death bed and it tells His Real Life Events in and out of his dream. I had this game for XBOX 360 and i got rid my console and game but now i have a PS3 and bought for it. What i dislike about this game is nothing!!!