Summary: I bought this game back in 2003 when it first came out and fell in love with it. I remember reading an interview with the creator, he said the whole point of the game was to reinvent the console RPG, and he definitely did. The graphics were great. You can build relationships with over a dozen characters, as well as NPCs. There is an almost unlimited supply of areas to explore, items to find, and Grunties to raise.
Jeffrey A. Hensley "Hensley's Bluegrass Music", Amazon
26 January 2010
Summary: No need to add to what has already been said. This is a fun game, and if you're a .hack// fan, you'll love it. Buy used, play it through. If you don't feel like keeping it, sell it to someone else. You'll end up only two or three dollars in the hole in exchange for playing a great game as long as you like. That's better then renting it.
Summary: This game is really well done, except for the repetive parts. I know that it is just the part that sets up the upcoming games, but it is a bit short. The graphics are excellent, one of the better ones I have played. I would recommend this game for any person who is familiar with the Manga/ other parts of .Hack, because this game sort of jumps directly into the plot, and it can be confusing it you have no history with .hack.
Summary: This game does things in an action RPG that have never been done before, while maintaining the core. The character development is great, the soundtrack is great, the value is unprecedented because of the inclusion of a DVD movie. You should absolutely add this game to your collection.
Summary: The story and way they portay the elements of the atmosphere and a made-up MMORPG world are very nice. It's very easy to get hooked on the story and concept with all the mysteries in place, and very colorful characters Gameplay-wise it's ok. Alot of it is repetitive, and the game overall is VERY short, giving you about 8-9 hours tops. It's really like they made one whole game and split it over 4 parts. Shame on them!
Summary: this is a great game with a great storyline. Anyone who enjoys anime or Rpgs will really enjoy this game. The way this game is layed out makes it, to me, better than the Final Fantasy series. There is a DVD that comes with it is a great addition to the game cause it tells you and lets you follow more with the story. The way the story unfolds within the game is pure genius. How everything you do is centered around the E-mail and the message board.
Summary: this game is one of the best rpgs i have ever play with the the plot so Impressive but, here it comes you have to go to dungons over and over agin its sad. the battle sysem is real time so thats great and you get difrent looking wepons but so far where i am in the game no matter what difrent types of armor you put on your out look doesn't change but this is an Excellent game one of the best rpg i've ever seen.
Summary: This game is very complicated and if you don't know the multiple story lines i sugest you don't buy the game. This is what happened AFTER the Tsukasa's insidents, just to tell you. I havn't finished the game for i had lost my memory card wich was fixed Christmas when i got one so I just restarted but besides that it is quite hard. Saving is an amazingly IMPORTANT thing and that is what i hate the most.
Summary: This is the best game i have ever played!!! it is soooooooo much fun. It may be a little repetative, but you get over that quickly becuase the gameplay and storyline are AWSOME! you start off as a new player in the game "The World" (A massivly multiplayer online RPG)The first character you meet is Orca. Orca is very annoying but he gets into a come within the first few minutes so you don't have to worry about him for long.
Summary: It's only a game...a game about playing a massively multiplayer online role-playing game... Plot You play as a player who is just introducing himself to a MMPORPG called "The World." Your friend, a veteran player and your mentor of the game, mysteriously falls into a coma after his game character is killed...and the reason behind his incapacitation lies within the game, which is mysteriously ridden with viruses.