Reviews and Problems with Trinity: Souls of Zill O’ll
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Different yet the same
Novell A. Deloatch, Amazon
19 February 2013
Summary: This game is enjoyable, that is providing that you do not measure it by any other game, but allow it to stand on its own. In fact I am presently playing it for the 2nd time through. And yes I have Dragon Age, all of them in fact, and Skyrim so I am not new to gaming.
Summary: Played the demo version in last year but just got the complete game recently. Just started, not finish yet, but this game feels like a combination of Ninety-Nine Nights 2 and Omega-force's "MU SOU" game series (The one that is about WAR ERA in Chinese history (Shin - San goku mu sou) and Japan history (Sen goku mu sou).) What I have found about the drawback of this game is that conversation is not fully voiced.
Summary: Nice game, good graphics and easy combat system. This game does get repetitive so it's better not to play it for too long each time. Storyline is good as well and the voice acting is not bad. Music and sound are great. Level design is good but some of the stages are bland. Overall, a good game that deserves 3.5/5.
Summary: This game is basically made for the old school RPG gamer. Fair graphics, medium to low paced action, level grinding, and boss battles that are more about finding the pattern then mashing buttons. I haven't has this much fun with a game since I can't remember when. The story is descent, if but a little slow at first but the RPG elements keep you going. Admittedly there is not much help online if you get stuck.
Summary: Trinity: Souls of Zill O'll (Trinity: SoZO) is a game that was given a very harsh review by the big companies; perhaps too harsh. While Trinity: SoZO is not a fantastic RPG, it isn't a bad one either. With well over 40 hours of gameplay here, and a solid storyline Trinity: SoZO will be a game that you simply can't put down until the final credits roll. GAMEPLAY Trinity: SoZO feels a bit like Dynasty Warriors with a more solid RPG element to it.
Summary: Simply put I have always been a fan of Koei games since DW3, This is their best entry to date in my opinion, being first thing an original storyline, and not a rehash of the 3 kingdoms, or based on an anime/manga. It uses their simple but effective engine, with some tweaks. As for the review that claimed the boss battle was too tough. Reig, can be blocked, and can be dodged. And you only have to survive it, not win it. There is a time limit.
Summary: I am not a rpg gamer, i do like them but hardly finish them. I got this game because i like dynasty warriors and samurai warriors and this is made by the same people and has been compaired to them. The combat is similar and thats about the extent of the similarities ive seen. I really enjoy this game alot and its a shame that it was released around the same time as mass effect 2 and dragons age 2 because im sure it will get overlooked.
Summary: Trinity: Souls of Zill O'll is a game that I've had my eye on, but didn't know if I would actually purchase it. When it was released, it was during a dry patch in my gaming so I figured why not. After spending a good 10 hours or so playing it over the past couple days, I've finally been able to make a decent first impression on the game and the pro's and con's that may help you decide if you're interested in getting it. Keep reading to find out.