Reviews and Problems with Eureka Seven Vol. 2: The New Vision
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Daemon Thanatos, Amazon
6 February 2012
Summary: The game is pretty good, to be honest...a guy I knew a while back owned it, and I got to play it, at one point. Sadly, I never got to finish the game in its entirety, as the guy normally plays until he beats the games, then gets rid of them...so when I found it here on Amazon.com, I was stoked. I recommend the Eureka Seven games, Volumes 1 and 2, if you're into fighting with Mecha and guns.
Summary: I was really eager to play this title but I found it to slow to advance and to boring after a couple of hours. if you are fan of the anime/manga series go for it, but if you are a gamer looking for something cool...
Summary: picks up right where it left off there is really nothing new besides the story and that is not really new once you start to understand it gameplay has not changed at all more battles in the air although it is deep and had me hooked like hooky on ruri all in all this a pretty good game you can only love it really if your a fan of the series pick up you will like it
Summary: Then this is definitely a series you should pick up. Without spoiling anything it is pre-anime story and very well done. The game gets somewhat boring at times but more than amply makes up for it with action and battles. Great story and great animations.
Summary: If you like Eureka Seven or the first volume than you'll probably like this game. The storyline is expanded and you get a better view of what happened before the series and after the first volume. The gameplay is overall the same compared to the first volume, but with a new ability of rider's high to help in aerial battles and rail shooter sequences. Overall, if you like semi-fastpaced action games than this title is for you.