‘Mugen Souls Z’ reminds us once again of the whole of life. What is celebrated through these comical characters is the whole of
Robert Hann, Amazon
24 June 2014
Summary: ‘Mugen Souls Z’ reminds us once again of the whole of life. What is celebrated through these comical characters is the whole of our lives from infancy to adult. Human sexual expression involves the recreation of the original intimacy between mother and infant; as Sartre put it, “that abandon which makes it possible to reproduce the indissoluble intimacy between mother and nursling” (paraphrasing as necessary).
Summary: I really wanted to like the first game on the PS3, but the graphics, presentation and story killed it for me. So far I'm really liking this game and it looks like they corrected just about every problem with the first one. If you are a fan of jrpgs in this style I would recommend giving it a shot.
Summary: I wanted this game since I watched it advertised on Anime Expo 2013. Seemed like a real fun game, but it's sort of full of anime cliché. Anyways, it looks good but somewhat the pacing is too prolonged. Good RPG if you like Moe and the general genre.
Funny and cute, but repetitive and sometimes a chore
4 April 2013
Summary: I like the story and characters. The gameplay is a variation of Hyperdimension Neptunia's with a twist (go around an area, encounter monsters you see along the way, turn based fights-but you can move around in the fight). Usual NIS America comedy and twists are frequent. So if you're a NIS fan or anime/rpg fan, you might enjoy this game. The only downside I see is the grinding method. Feels like a chore.
Summary: I just purchased this game so I do not know much about it yet. However from what I read it seems to be like the Disgaea games, witch means you can do insane damage & develop your character so they are superhuman.