Summary: Not good, not bad. Most positive thing i can say is they made something different.. This is not an RPG, it is an action game, and very twitch/fastpaced at that. Its most like Ninja Gaiden on Xbox, or Shinobi, in my opinion. There are no "levels" to your character. You buy skills with gold.
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.
Summary: I just got the platinum trophy for this game, so hear are my thoughts after finishing. I played this game for 2 weeks straight and logged over 100 hours, and I enjoyed most of the experience. The combat is simplistic, yet fun sense each class has their own skill set.
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.
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.