Summary: Something about this game made me love it. I think it's because it was so different from every other jrpg I've played. The battle system is not hard. I'm not a smart man, I never finished high school.
Better Than Some of the Latest Final Fantasy Games
Sunshine Online, Amazon
17 August 2014
Summary: Wow, what a sleeper! Not sure what made me purchase this game as I recall my reluctance, but I really enjoy it. It has me laughing in so many of the story sequences because of innuendo. On the flip side, it's also quite serious.
Summary: So I bought this game about 2 years ago. Could NOT get into it at all. They didn't really explain the combat, and there was no story whatsoever. Now I bought it again, and am loving it. The combat is really fun once you get used to it. The story is, well, still unfolding.
Summary: at first, honestly, it's VERY VERY confusing. i was so annoyed and almost threw away my controller but then i tried so hard to finish all of the training mode(super confusing training so better look it up on YouTube on how to do it) in the arena though it's *optional, i felt like it is a must to all...
Summary: While this review comes years after the initial release, I wanted to chime in on this title because I recently had the chance to finish it off and frankly, after allowing for time to digest the experience, I think that Resonance is one of the best RPGs I've played.
Summary: Resonance of Fate is a decent game. It is not short, but is not too long, either. Well, unless you spend time in the Arena! Combat uses Guns and Grenades. Guns can be upgraded with cool parts. It's a blast to wrack up the hits on some of the weird opponents. They say things when you nail them, heh.
Summary: Story: With most RPGs, the story is one of the most important parts. Resonance of Fate is not most RPGs. The plot that the game focuses the most on is that of the story of your three characters; Vashyron the lead Hunter (sort of a mercenary), Zephyr the young Hunter, and Leanne the newbie.