There's No Stopping Space Vikings T. Edwards!, Amazon
3 May 2007
Summary: This game is pretty standard issue story wise. You play hero X, get involved with a grand malevolent scheme, thwart evil plans... blah blah blah. The story takes a huge back seat in this game, moving on.
Summary: Graphics: Anime-style look, character designs are decent. Areas can be a long stretch because the games is pretty large-scale. But when you get to areas where enemies are populated, it's disappointing because many of the areas are simply left-to-right or right-to-left paths to get to the next time,...
Summary: The game likes to randomly freeze at the beginning of battle scenes, so it's impossible to get very far unless you just keep running back to a save point after every victory. Not only that, but the game is not what I expected. It seems more for younger kids than anything.
Summary: So this game is goofy you can't get around that, and there are a boatload of characters to get and it has a branching storyline. I chose the human cause myself but only because of Elwin and her awesome overpowered self. The bonus dungeon is a nice touch and i liked the graphics.
Summary: Haven't played this game in years (since I was a freshman in high school nearly ten years ago), it's still just as fun as I remember. Very nice branching story, nice customization in the way of armor, very fun characters, and an extremely wide variety of them to recruit into your party for a fairly...