Reviews and Problems with White Knight Chronicles II
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Much Better than White Knight I
Nick Turner, Amazon
29 July 2015
Summary: This disk has all of the content of White Knight I, just in case you're missing out. That being said, it also picks up where I left off, after a whole year's time skip. Overall, DO NOT BUY WHITE KNIGHT I. This is the go-to product.
Summary: It has both the first AND second game on the same disc, so you're basically getting two games for the price of one. I was frustrated since it doesn't recognize save data from the original unless it's clear data that isn't touched, but that's just me.
Summary: I bought this believing it would become one of my favorites, it didn't. Don't get me wrong, it's good and fun, but can't be compared to Disgaea, Final Fantasy, Grandia or Xenosaga (my favorite series).
Summary: When I first planned on buying this I was going to get the first game but then I discovered that this game had not the second game but the remastered version of the first game. So far its been a fun good although it maybe a little too hard at times.
More story and action less filler and more customization for the knights appearance would be awesome.
Michael Charles Schmidt, Amazon
17 March 2013
Summary: white knight Chronicals 2 includes the first which made the game a lot better for me because it woould seem short without it. I love this game but still have the feeling something is missing. it has a good story, good amount of charaters and creatures and different lanscapes.
Summary: It's got a pretty decent story line, it comes with wkc and wkc2 storylines. Not a whole lot of endgame material, but that's where the online play is. It's still very active online, which was my worry (that the community would be dead) which brings in all the endgame material.
White Knight Chronicles a Good Game, Not everyone's cup of tea
12 February 2013
Summary: White Knight Chronicles II has so far been an engrossing experience for me. I'm a big fan of Level-5 RPG games such as Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King and Dark Cloud -- a big inspiration of this game. As a matter of fact, I was glad to see alot of Dark Cloud elements in this game.
Summary: This game is not for everyone. I've known people who love it and people who hate it. I love the improved combat system from WKC. The story is mediocre, but there is just something about this game that made me spend over 150 hours on it. One thing is the multiplayer.