Summary: i broke one of my rules to check gameplay footage before i buy a game . never again. this game is poorly thought out and feels cheap. bad voice acting . bad/barely any storyline and repetitive gameplay i've played arc the lad . i've played disgaea . this is no arc the lad . it's a slog fest . you will back track . you will have to listen to terrible music . and you will suffer the padded out gameplay. it's not worth it . i regret buying it.
Summary: A game with excellent production values and polish. Looks and plays very well and is much fun and addictive. Very recommended for RTS fans, especially if you have some time on your hands (or travel). I'm gonna take this game on my flights and have FUN.
Summary: Amazing RPG! over 100 hours of gameplay. Long Story, over 50 side quests! Level up to 999! Only $14.99! Open-world game play with many ways to travel. 40+ trophies along with a platinum! Battle system set up like arc the lad & FF Tactics! If you enjoys classic style RPG's Download this game!
Summary: I don't remember when i last time enjoyed a game on PS3 that much like when playing Rainbow Moon. Fun and challenging battles on Hard were you have to use tactic, lots of places to explore, stats to upgrade, weapon customization, great music, cute and colorful graphic. Not mention 80h+ of fun gameplay made it worth the price. Some may say it lack of story, yes it don't have one because it don't need one. There are some short funny dialogs and it worked for me.
Summary: Saw this game on IGN and thought I would try it. Do not buy this game before playing the demo. It is nowhere near as good as Final Fantasy Tactics so do not be fooled into buying it. It is a really good game but you will spend hours wasting your time leveling just to clear one area only to spend another hour to clear another. So unless you want to sink a lot of time into this game save your money and buy Final Fantasy Tactics.
Summary: A videogame RPG in the most classic sense of the word. I use the word "videogame RPG" instead of RPG because the gameplay mechanics are lifted straight out of your favorite NES RPGs. That's a great thing if you love to grind and do meaningless fetch quests. There is some fun character building and progression, but it feels like the developers read an "RPG 101" book from the 1980s. Some people will like this, some won't.
Summary: Rainbow Moon is a wonderfully crafted game that could carry a much higher price tag then $15. My gaming resume includes games such as Call of Duty, Resident Evil, NHL 09-12, Command and Conquer, World of Warcraft, Eve, Civilization, Oblivion, Rage, Assassin's Creed, GTA, Midnight Club and Dead Nation (which is also a must buy) I'm about 4 hours into Rainbow Moon and I am thoroughly impressed.
Summary: I'm still a little up in the air about this game, seeing as I'm not super-far in it yet. However, there are a few things that I wanted to talk about. First off, it's not really a strategy game. It's more of your typical turn-based RPG. Though you do move around a tiled arena, not much actual strategy comes into play, besides just positional tactics. The rest is pretty standard RPG stuff, like when to use which skills and when to block; that sort of stuff.
Summary: This is a [successful] mix of genres in one solid RPG and it surprises me that Rainbow Moon is a downloadable title, instead of a retail release. There are tons of stuff to do, from grinding, to exploring, to looting, questing and so on. The graphics are charming, the music is catchy and the gameplay is quite fun (strategic battles just like Final Fantasy Tactics, but simpler). It's worth every cent and will keep you hooked for hours.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Buyers Remorse I purchased this game after hearing "It's a throwback to Final Fantasy Tactics!" Far from it. If you want your FFT fix try out Disgaea or try the demo out and decide for yourself.