Summary: while the English voice acting is awful. the Japanese sounds much better. the graphics look amazing, although the animations can look awkward at times. the combat is a bit odd but easy to grasp and pretty fun. the story is alright but the characters themselves are pretty bland and models are reused a lot. there is also a lot of unnecessary movement when the characters are talking.
Summary: I gave this game a fair shot. I played it roughly for 20 hours. The acting is poor, the story line is LAME! The story circulates around Toki a princess who is getting married to a immature sex crazed knight. Your wedding is ALWAYS interrupted at the same time by someone who ends up killing you both.. but just before you die you use your mystical powers to travel back in time to find out why your wedding was attacked.
Summary: the game is boring, the art is flat, the game are terrible especially for moving around the world. And forget about reading anything on screen unless you have a high def tv theere no setting the change if have a no high def tv and the text is so small.
Summary: This game looks like an anime but it's not. The combat system is less than stellar and this games story is pretty weak and very predictable. I found it amusing at first but it really wore me down as the game went on, and honestly I love the idea underlying this game but it just did not deliver on the hype. I enjoyed the game at times but found myself bored often.
Summary: I bought this game at the same time I picked up Tales of Xillia. Usually I like these kinds of rpg games so I thought, "hey it sounds like a cute story, I'll go ahead and get it". I absolutely dislike this game from what I have played so far. The story is cute, but what gets me is the horrible voice overs and the fact that the voices don't match up with the mouth movements. Did they even try? The combat system was a nice idea, but sometimes the movements don't match up.
Summary: Ever since this game was announced I followed it and day after day my desire to play it became stronger. When it launched I was kinda shocked because of the bad reception. Most gamers and "specialized critic" (which I've decided to ignore for JRPGs) gave scores between 0 and 4. I had all the reasons to avoid this game but I bought it anyway. For my surprise I must say that I've really enjo yed this game and I don't know what is wrong with all the haters.
Summary: Time and Eternity? More like Rehash & Tea Parties the Video Game. I mean wow, literally everything is a recolor. The protagonist, the bosses, the enemies, the fields and EVEN the plot is rehashed constantly. Oh and there's too many Tea Parties Oh and you would think "maybe the music might be good", nope, not even the amazing Yuzo Koshiro honestly gave a **** Avoid this game unless y ou love bad games or just have really low standards.
Summary: Its really not a bad game. It is, however, made for a specific target audience tho. Those buying this probably have experience with this type of games and will enjoy it for what it is. Those who are new will find this game lacking.