Reviews and Problems with Makai Kingdom: Chronicles of the Sacred Tome
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Makai Kingdom: Chronicles of the Sacred Tome PS2 Review
31 May 2010
Excerpt: Absorbing, engrossing and captivating are all lovely words, which may define similar things, but they all describe Nippon Ichi’s (better known as the developer of the offbeat but excellent Disgaea) newest strategy RPG: Makai Kingdom: Chronicles of the Sacred Tome.
Excerpt: In the span of a few years, Nippon Ichi has pushed themselves to the forefront of the niche gaming market on the PS2. Because of void of strategy RPGs on the PS2 in North America before the release of Disgaea , Nippon Ichi managed to take an opportunity to make a name for themselves - one that is...
Pros: Excellent style and 2D graphics, Deep gameplay, Tons of customization
Cons: Textures for random areas feel disjointed, Gridless system leads to piling up
Makai Kingdom: Chronicles of the Sacred Tome review (PS2)
18 August 2005
Excerpt: I’ll cut right to the chase. Makai Kingdom: Chronicles of the Sacred Tome is two thick slabs of badass, placed between delicious sourdough bread with lettuce, mustard, tomato and plenty of Swiss cheese. When a strategy RPG is good, life is beautiful.
Conclusion: Nippon Ichi really do have something special at the moment as far as RPG fans are concerned. They know what they like and it’s reflected in the games they make. They don’t rely on fancy graphics and huge budgets to try and impress, they succeed with a good story, a decent challenge and a fun element...
Pros: Barmy characters and story, Massive amount of depth, Huge game, around 80 hours
Cons: Huge game, many will give up before its end, Some wont “get it”, or its visual charm