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Mugen Souls

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Overall 4
4.0

Mugen Souls Z review

GamesRadar
21 May 2014
  • Conclusion: With a dull storyline, annoying characters, and clumsy battle system, Mugen Souls Z duplicates the failures of its predecessor and adds some of its own.
  • Pros: A return to form for players who enjoyed the first Mugen Souls, Colorful designs and settings
  • Cons: Uninteresting and cliché-ridden plot, Pointless, annoying, and overlong cutscenes, A confused and contradictory battle system
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Overall 4
4.0

Mugen Souls Review

CNET
31 July 2013
  • Summary: Complex but repetitive and grating, Mugen Souls is overwhelming for all the wrong reasons.
  • Pros: Well-drawn character artwork Some cute digs at RPG conventions
  • Cons: Gameplay systems don't intersect well, and are rarely rewarding In-game tutorials don't explain mechanics well and can't be viewed later Field environments are boring and sparse Space battles are much too easy
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Overall 4
4.0

Review: Mugen Souls is a game without an audience

GameZone
1 November 2012
  • Excerpt: If you don't know what "moe" means, you can probably stop reading this review right now. There was once a time when I wished more Japanese games would make their way stateside, looking at screenshots of seemingly awesome RPGs and wondering why they'd been passed over for localization. These days, I'm starting to think more of them could've stayed put.
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Overall 4
4.0

Mugen Souls Z review

MMGN
24 June 2014
  • Summary: Not the JRPG you’re looking for
  • Pros: + One for the fans, + Combat is fast-paced, and kinda cool
  • Cons: - Bloated story, - Overly sexualised female characters, - References to certain taboo acts, - Fetish system is just plain wrong
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Overall 4
4.0

Mugen Souls PS3 Review

DarkZero
19 October 2012
  • Excerpt: There is no doubt that if you want a wacky RPG experience, then the Japanese are the masters at delivering such bizarre concepts and stories for the genre. Compile Heart, who are teaming up with Nippon Ichi Software again, are no strangers to adding weirdness to the genre. Gamers might have heard of Hyperdimensional Neptunia or its sequel Hyperdimensional Neptunia MK2 ( reviewed here ), which had the plot revolve around characters based on game consoles and handhelds,...
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