Summary: I own both mugen games and both are really fun. I have played more skill required rpgs and this is just as addictive . Shipping was fast and the game and box and all the extras were in perfect condition. The figures were also amazing but just so tiny so you must be careful. Five star buy all around .
Summary: Besides the Japanese Porn like stuff with the gooey coffin of Syrma, why is this game not so good? One, the glitches. And two, they left SO MANY cutscenes unvoiced! Even though the first game had several issues, notably with the peon thing, the voice acting made up for that with so many funny lines being delivered! Here, NIS apparently didn't care to dub a lot of cutscenes in the sequel, despite dubbing most of the first game's important cutscenes.
NIS America should have to pay a major fine for releasing their games with glitches
14 January 2015
Summary: $50.00 dollars for glitches, NIS America should have to pay a major fine for releasing their games with glitches, this is being done on purpose, they want to enforce the online agenda thats getting worse by the day. I preordered the game before it came out, and the past week i got around to playing it, everything was going good until i tried the mugen field, it always freezes between floor 1 and floor 10, and when that happens, you have to shut off your PS3.
Summary: Reminds me of GIT PIE: Great In Theory, Poor In Execution. Customize Customize Customize, but all options feel the same. Character designs are not at the level I like, after playing a lot of NIS games (Disgaea, Makai Kingdom, Phantom Brave). Despite the "3D" graphics, the characters lack a certain "Pop-Out" quality that the sprites of other NIS titles have.
Summary: To start with, this game isn't that great of a game. The premise starts off amusing enough, with Chou-Chou wanting to conquer the lands. That much was simple enough, and from there, the battle system gets tedious. They made 7 personality types, presumably to match the 7 worlds, in which you can opt to charm the monsters on the field instead of beating them in combat. In theory, excellent. In practice?