Summary: Colorful characters and levels make this game fun and entertaining. The story is nothing remarkable; just your typical endeavor to save the world from rampaging monsters. Levels are mostly linear, with only a few side paths to explore. Combat is fast-paced with a good variety of character classes to try and skills to utilize. Both the main campaign and the post-game have a lot of bosses to fight and weapons to collect so you can kill them faster.
Summary: This is a decent game. It still has those infamous marshmellow gumdrop monsters with smiling faces in it that many Japanese games seem to have, heh. This is a monster hunter type game with hack-n-slash combat. The upgrades are weapon and cards that fir on your outfit. There are many outfits to choose from. You can also rent mercenaries to get two additional AI partners. I take the mercs with the most health, it has worked so far.
Fun, addictive, hack and slash action RPG game, simple but deep
16 April 2014
Summary: I saw this game while browsing through upcoming games for the PS3 a while back ago and this one got my curiosity. I watched a few videos of it on YouTube (I'm guessing for the older/Vita version) and it looked fun, so when the game came out, I bought a digital copy of it. I wasn't sure how much I'd like this game, but as it turns out, it's quite fun and somewhat addictive.