Summary: White Knight Chronicles II is a mixed bag. The online component is a ton of fun and reminiscent of some of the best MMO’s, but it is tied to a single-player game that is mostly uninteresting, repetitive and dull.
Conclusion: White Knight Chronicles is a game that isn’t quite the sum of its parts. The parts actually add up together pretty well on paper, but in reality the MMO and single player Japanese RPG styles don’t merge too well, and what you’re left with is a fun combat system with a cluttered HUD, generic...
Summary: The graphical point and click / puzzle-adventure genre of video games has certainly had its share of hit games over the years. Titles like those in the Myst series were extremely popular during the mid-90‘s on the PC platform and set the standard for any similar games that would follow.
Conclusion: , won’t find as much enjoyment in the experience as others. For the price of $9.99, it’s hard to say this title is a must have considering of titles currently on the market for the same price and offer more content.
Excerpt: The first thing that strikes you in White Knight Chronicles is that whilst the environments are quite beautiful, the people are a console-generation behind. Even the equipment on the people looks great.
Excerpt: At first look, White Knight Chronicles: International Edition looks like any of a number of Japanese Role-playing Games (J-RPG) on the market. Considering that the title was actually released in Japan in December, 2008, it would be understandable if the graphics were a little dated.
Summary: It has been a long road for White Knight Chronicles . The game hit in Japan a little over a year ago, only recently hitting the North American shores, but there is a reason: this is one very large game.
Excerpt: For Japanese gamers, 2008's fantasy RPG, White Knight Chronicles (or “White Knight Chronicles: International” , as the U.S. release is called) is old news. The last two years have been tough for American gamers as they waited not-so-patiently to get their hands on the title, and their anticipation...