Summary: This game was funny, witty and had a great rpg feal. Dispite mostly being a dungeon crawler and not much else it kept me amused and entertained for a long while. there was so much to do, i'm not sure if ill get to everything. Really fun, highly recomend fir any rpg fan.
Summary: Let me start off by saying this is one of those rare games that throws in something new and the formula actually works. This is one of my top treasured PS3 games. Graphics are actually quite good, storyline can be funny most of the time, combat is executed nicely, sound is amazing, lots of content, and high replayability. This game mainly focuses on treasure hunting with RPG elements, but it's strictly RPG to me.
Summary: I love this game its from one of my fave game companys that the game just amazing with its colorfull wolrd the voice acting great to the game play is perfect there no delay or any thing jsut sails smooth on the water lol
Summary: Trinity Universe is arguably the best PS3 exclusive RPG on the system aside from Valkyria Chronicles. The game really turns conventional turn based JRPG mechanics on their head while still feeling familiar and comfortable no matter what a gamer’s experience level is with this genre. Best of all it boasts a light hearted and amazingly enjoyable story and easily the best cast of characters in a game I’ve played this year.
Summary: The game interface is quite nice itself as well as the music. Good old japanese music and what's better it has the japanese comic style to it. You got another RPG in your hands, which means another turn-based rpg with stuff such as: levels, dungeons, and equipment. Graphics are fantastic, but most of everything is 2D as opposed to the popular 3D. However the game only has the 3D part during the dungeon quests.
Summary: Love NIS. Really enjoy this game. Was a bit iffy for the first hour or so playing it but once you get a hang of the whole "drifting objects" thing it's awesome! I could only find one online walkthrough that wasn't a video walkthrough (do not like those). It's not complete, but you don't really need it, the game is very self explanatory, but just for those first couple of chapters, getting the hang of things, it's kind of nice.