Summary: This game came three days before its delivery estimate. I am a big fan of the game having played it through several times. This game appeals to us who are fans of Anime, RPG's, and things that are extremely Japanese.
Summary: I love this game! The graphics are amazing!It's just like the book I read about it in! AMAZING! Wonderful! And my favorite character, Balmung looked so cool!! Kite looked cool too! So did Mistral!
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.
Summary: When my husband brought this over back when we were dating he told me it was an online game but I told him it couldn't be because ther was no internet connection.Well he told me it's going through the outlets and up into the power poles and travelling to japan.I fell for it Xo lol I was soo gullible. Anyways I love these cause you're "fake" online and I don't like playing online with real people cause they are annoying to have to deal with.
Summary: This may have been my first RPG style game growing up and let me tell you, it is incredible. I love games that last long and have a story to them. This game has the feel of an actual online RPG without actually being one. You can trade with wandering NPC's to obtain new items and weapons. You can even choose team members that have given you their member address and take them out to fight in dungeons. You can also raise creatures called grunties.
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 is a really neat rpg video game. The Storyline is a very simple one. When a 14-year old boy named Kite joins his friend on an online video game called "The World". His friend is brutually attack and ends up in a coma. The only clue that Kite has the attack is somehow connected to "The World". Now, Kite must search out for other players, who like him want solve the mystery of the world. Before, more players end up in comas too.
Summary: This game's storyline is EXCELLENT. Some features leave much to be desired. The "Myst Spring" system, for example, is somewhat complicated and can confuse newbies (unless you have a game guide or use online sites like Gamefaqs) and the battles aren't the most exciting either. The Dot Hack series fans (like myself) will definitely love it though and so will anyone who enjoys games w/ deep storylines will love it too.