Summary: Ephemeral Fantasia In 2001 Konami released a game called Ephemeral Fantasia, would it go on to make an impact within the RPG genre...no. Ephemeral Fantasia has an interesting story, you play as Mouse, a travelling minstrel (his instrument of choice is a talking guitar named Pattimo) who has been invited to a paradise island by it's emperor Xelpherpolis to play at his wedding.
Summary: When I looked at the cover, I was convinced that this is a good game. Indeed, this game delivered a solid RPG gameplay. However, as I compared it to FFX, this game was lacking. It has no characters vocal, no point of destination, and the game repeated for several times. The graphics was not so good, which made me lost my interest in playing this game until the end. The monsters were not as unique as other RPG games.
Excerpt: "...of all time. Here we have Ephemeral Fantasia then, another RPG that on paper looks like it could well be worth a look. Cute Manga style characters, combat sequences and a plot can all be found so it’s “Mr. Openminded” again to delve deeper into role-playing heaven…. You are Mouse, a strange name I’d agree but don’t worry you can change it to something more suitable (or offensive) later. Along with your huge ...
Summary: A couple of years ago, when I was the proud owner of an N64 I remember seeing all the hype and attention surrounding Zelda – Ocarina Of Time. “The latest in the Zelda series”. Pah! Who needs Role Playing Games (RPG’s) anyway? I was in the minority with that opinion though and Zelda OOT went on to sell a tremendous amount of copies. Being an open-minded kind of person I eventually relented and purchased it and it ended up being one of my favourite games of all time.
Pros: Great Manual, Something to do whilst waiting for FFX
Excerpt: Ce jeu donne envie au dépar mais a l arrivée pas terrible, graphisme pas très beaux ,trop de texte et un peu lent bref je suis un peu déçu mais bon c est un jeu de la Playstation 2 donc un jeu pas récent alors c est un peu normal!!!