Summary: This game is certainly by favorite in the series. With its intriguing style of combat (I know its not totally new) with a story that just never seems to end, its a game I hope to soon play through again. Trying not to spoil anything, but as you progress in story you unlock more cut scenes and developing story for your next run through.
Summary: The game was one of the best i've played in a while, the only bad part about it is the D-counter System, your character is able to make a powerful transformation, but it comes with a counter that will increase while you just walk or fight once it hits 100% its game over.
Excerpt: Ecological disaster has forced the human race far underground, where they gradually rebuilt their civilization in the depths of the earth. While on patrol, a security guard named Ryu and his friend Bosch have a run-in with the terrorist group Trinity, where they get separated. Ryu soon afterward encounters a mysterious, silent red-winged girl named Nina.
Summary: i like role playing games so i got it.i also like the old systems,because of the game play and the formating of the programs.there is a down side to the old systems like trying to find hint books and paddles and/or joysticks for these systems.also the other reason i got these was,because i like the original series.
Summary: As a great fan of Breath of Fire games, I coudn't lost the chance to buy these one. The "Dragon Quarter" is the fifth of five. Tells the history in a world full of darkness and pain. I can't say more, because I didn't play the game yet so, now let's go turn on the PS2!
Summary: needless to say what other people have to say about this game... i love it... everything is just GREAT... gameplay, music, *storyline*, and the ability to transform into a powerful wyrm dragon!!!