Summary: i read somewhere that is like playing a ps2 game with cleaner graphics. this is the best description i can give this game. there is nothing new. nothing memorable. nothing unique. it is a waste.
Summary: i bought this game because i really like to play rpg games, since there are few titles for ps3 games i decided to buy this game. the graphic is okay. the battle system and story line are bad. i don't not recommend anyone to buy this game, but if you like rpg games just rent it.
Summary: This review will be over the not so well known game White Knight Chronicles since Gamefly sent me this game instead of Transformers: War for Cybertron...because it makes them feel powerful and in control of my life, deciding what and when I play.
Summary: This is kinda like FFXII so if you liked that game then you may like this one. Solo sidequests are next to impossible. Has some kinda online play, but I never use it. There are no buffs or debuffs and character classes are weak. Fighting giant opponents is kinda cool though.
Summary: The single player story is pretty bland and conventional. The battle system resembles MMO interfaces which is mildly entertaining. You are able to taylor your character with proficiencies in Sword, Long Swords, Elemental Magic, Spears, Bows, Axes, Divine Magic and Staves.
Summary: This game really needed to be in development longer, from the point of general conception. Did get "the joke" about building your own character only to have them not say anything, like any main hero early in the genera who was silent throughout an adventure, but like the rest of the game there just...
Summary: Just use the joystick to guide the little man around the oh so easy to follow map. Skip through any really boring plot synopses and allow your mates to handle any fights - seriously. Way too simple but a pretty time filler prior to the release of ff13
Generic fantasy story with slow, tedious gameplay...
Terry 309, Amazon
5 July 2010
Summary: White Knight Chronicles is the biggest joke to ever come out for the Playstation 3, so much so that it pretty much sums up the lack of jrpg exclusives on the system and it makes me wonder why.