Summary: This was such a great play. While you're walking around it's single player. But you can play with multiple people in battles, using up to three different controllers. The battle system was solid and although the plot was confusing at times, everything comes together in the end. The plot operates around the idea that you dream the most vividly right before you die, and whether or not the whole game takes place inside Frederic's mind and is really a dream, or if it's real.
Summary: Story picks up pretty quickly, and there has always been an objective at least 5 hours into the game. The characters are all sprites, I dunno if alotta people are into that, but it was just fine with me. True the graphics are not on par with some of the Square Enix games but it's still great. Everything is pretty straight forward, the story, the character personalities and even the themes of the game.
Summary: Eternal Sonata was BEAUTIFUL. The game is gorgeous from the start screen till the ending credits. It's so colorful and expressive and the soundtrack is amazing. An excellent game all the way around. I especially loved the Light and Dark aspect of the battle system; it was very unique and stood out amongst the many RPGs floating around. I LOVED Viola. Heck, the entire cast was awesome.
Summary: My wife and I both played this game. It was different but in a good way. The story is cute and entertaining. It's actually surprisingly educational too, as the story talks in intermissions about the life of Chopin. We loved it and would play it again.
Summary: I don't like to rattle on and on about games so I'll keep it simple. Even though I can't stand the main character's voice, the storyline well makes up for it. Give it a try, even if it's just renting it first.