Summary: If it were at all possible to give this less than one star as a rating, I would be all over that. The game-play leaves much to be desired, and while the general idea may have been interesting in theory, the execution is simply a mess! The controls are shoddy, clunky, and overall convoluted. When it comes to story, I felt like chucking the game out of my eleventh story dorm room window!
Summary: Whilst the manga style graphics are pretty decent, the rest of the game is unfortunately terrible. Combat is tedious and essentially requires a guide in order to fight monsters since you have to correctly target certain body parts in order to get any respectable amount of damage, the problem is you only have a small amount of CP points which are used up each time you attack a body part, and each monster has a set pattern which the player must discover in order to pretty...
Summary: Loved the gameplay. But in border to ensure your wins and or survival, you need to battle in areas that are above your level, otherwise it is an endless feat to lvl up. The story line is good until the end of it. I want to file a complaint with NIS. I am sure there will be a sequel to this monstrosity. If not the ending sucks!
Summary: I am a fan of turn based RPGs, and I was really looking forward to this game. Unfortunately, the quality of this game is poor. First of all, the graphics look like an average PS2 game. Second of all, there is no animation whatsoever, not even during character dialogs. The music is subpar; nothing remarkable here. The story is not rich or compelling in the least. The gameplay is turn based.
Summary: This game bores you from the get go. I barely managed to make it through the tutorial. The combat system is clunky, repetitive and makes little sense. (In the "How is this supposed to be fun?" kind of way.) The whole concept behind the main characters exists for no reason other than to have a gimmick, or to substantiate the otherwise entirely cliched execution behind their design.