Summary: Very good artsy turn based rpg. It's story and sense of humor are where it shines, the gameplay is a little wonky though but anyone who is willing to buy such an old game won't mind anyway. I'd spend anywhere up to 20$ on this.
Summary: Great game..better story than most...great graphics for the time! arrived in less than 5 days and was a reasonable price..thought it was going to be a new copy and it ended being a little bit used..Cd is pristine though!
Summary: I have a lot of respect for this game; it is my favorite one (but a few others come very close). My uncle gave this to me (along with a few other obscure games), and it was instantly addictive.
Summary: Now that title might mislead you. I loved Okage. The battle system sucked. I'm sorry but it just did. The combat was on the strategic level of 'Rock Paper Scissors'. And every dungeon had urns. Lots of urns. Yes, urns. As in pottery.
Summary: The characters and their unique personalities are the best features of Okage. The graphics are good, the towns are designed quite well, the plot is good and original.. It's just that some parts of the game can be very frustrating, such as the many dungeons you have to get through.
Summary: Okage: Shadow King is a terrific game in that it breaks the usual "boy saves the world + girl from evil" formula we've been seeing for the past few years in console RPG's. It also boasts some of the most impressive visual styling (paying more than a little homage to Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before...
Summary: This game is one of the biggest suprises for me this year. I bought it the same day as MGS2 and never played through the game untill a few weeks ago. The game starts out a little tedius and the battle system is very simple. The story however, after about 15 hours of gameplay, is VERY VERY good.