Poorly rated, but a passable game for current pricing
James Skemp "JamesRSkemp.com", Amazon
28 August 2011
Summary: It's interesting how badly this game is generally rated, yet I didn't find the approximately 12 hours I put into the game all that horrible. Sure the graphics don't push the limits of the PlayStation 3, and the game could certainly have been released for the PlayStation 2, but given the current pricing of the game I'd argue it's worth a purchase. The story isn't all that bad.
Eeeh, it's okay but not really a wonderful JRPG for everyone.
Yamila "Keyblademaster22", Amazon
30 May 2011
Summary: Currently playing Last Rebellion and---it's not bad or good---it's kinda---well, I can't really go on about the game seeing as how I just got it on Friday. But the game is kinda bland and boring but I want to try to survive the rest of the game before I try to sell it back. (It's like playing Tales of the Abyss---not really a game I liked before either).
Summary: If you're a fan of NIS games then you already know what you'll be getting from this game: convoluted battle and growth systems, average (to put it nicely) graphics but unique artistic style and a narrative that only anime fans will get any enjoyment out of. The game stars two characters: Nine, a sword wielding knight who focuses on physical damage and Aisha, a mage who, predictably, specializes in spells.
Summary: Mythologie ist meist die Grundlage der Erzählungen in sämtlichen bekannten Rollenspielen. Auch hier entführt euch Flashpoint wieder tief in die Welt der Götter und Dämonen und dem ewigen Kampf zwischen Gut und Böse. Wer vom typisch japanischen RPG-Flair nicht genug bekommen kann, ist hier genau richtig. Doch ob sich Last Rebellion gegen die harte Konkurrenz behaupten kann, erfahrt ihr hier.