Summary: I dislike Ubisoft, don't like them I say! But I love what they did here, yes, I love this game. An RPG with characters great, and emotional story made it so hard to hate. Lucky I was to find it on sale, for I will not forget this epic...adventure? -- (I think she means tale. :)
Summary: I bought this game via the PlayStation store but I thought I might as well right a review. This game is incredible. The art in foreground and background are astounding. The musical score isn't like any other game and fits each specific area of the game so well.
Summary: Distilled and beautiful. Intriguing battle system that will keep you busy and engaged, and is brilliant fun for co-op. Floating and exploring the world is lovely; characters are quaint and friendly. Long enough game for the price, but made me wish it was longer, in the best way.
Summary: Gorgeous hand drawn environments! The battle and inventory systems are a really nice take on those of your typical RPGs, a la Final Fantasy. It's fitting that the game is not too long either. However, the dialog... Save me from the dialog!
Summary: Bought this game after playing Trine 2 on the PS4 i felt back in love with these platform games, visually this game is amazing and you cant help but appreciate how ubisoft pulled this one off, they must have some very talented people behind this project.
Summary: I’ve read that Child of Light was inspired by JRPG. Maybe, I could feel it. But it’s not really important since Ubisoft Montreal’s new title goes far beyond traditional RPGs or gaming in general.
Nice RPG for couch co-op (wife or friends) and those that have huge backlogs of games.
2 June 2014
Summary: This is a shorter RPG that is perfect for people with a backlog that wish they could play more RPG's but cannot devote 70+ hours to them. It's also priced reasonably well with what you get. The game features a turn based time attack combat system similar to older RPG's such as Grandia or FF.
Summary: A unique and simple design of a game worth every gamers time. It's gorgeous water color design using the UBI ART engine gives it a dream like state that only helps immerse you into the world. It's combat system is very simple but has incredible depth.
Summary: Being a seasoned RPG player I thought it was ok. The combat system is great and the best aspect of the game, although having an active party of 3 might've been better than 2, as you end up really only using the same 2 characters for the whole game. All the dialogue is written in poem form.
Summary: This game is well worth the $15. It has beautiful artwork and is a playable poem. The fighting style is fun, if you like turn-based RPGs. It's not overly dark, and does require some thinking, but overall is an easy, mindless playthrough. The ending was a bit anti-climactic but lovely overall.