Summary: I like the strategy RPGs, and I bought this one because I wanted a game with almost no story, that I could just slide in my console and battle without wait. I was quite wrong, if you strip your RPG out of any story, it gets boring after some time. I might give it a try again some time.
Summary: I bought this, foolishly thinking it might be a fun little tactical RPG. What I got was a game that LOOKS like a tactical RPG on the surface, but it's really just an exercise in lining up your mans on the glowing squares ("extended areas"). Nothing about any of it makes any actual sense; you're just fiddling around with a bunch of arbitrary positional bonuses that have no relevance to any kind of real tactics or strategy.
Summary: I wanted to go into this game right off the bat liking it, but sadly that was not the case. My PS3 had trouble playing this specific game at first. After getting it to work the game-play on the battles just felt bad. The only thing I truly liked about this game was the pictures and the Seiyuu's casted for almost all the characters.
Summary: My son wanted this for his birthday this year so when he got an amazon gift card he used the money to purchase this game. As far as I know he enjoys it enough to keep playing it and it has been at least six months. I can not speak to how easy or interesting the game is myself because I have not watched him play it. He is 20 and so I do not have to monitor his games and movies any more like I would a child.