Such it is that when i recieved the product i had to use disc skip fixer on it to have it play correctly since then it has ran f
William German, Amazon
18 December 2014
Summary: This game is one the depends on its condition to the utmost for its playability . Such it is that when i recieved the product i had to use disc skip fixer on it to have it play correctly since then it has ran fine.
Summary: This game came highly recommended for it's great story line and fun game play. I've been through about three hours of the game, (of which the first two and a half were nothing but dialogue), and it seems to just drag on and on.
Summary: the game is ok so far, though i stopped playing after a couple of days to play a different game i bought at the same time. as i've enjoyed the other game so much, i'll get back to this one after. but...like i said, its ok so far. graphics are different, not bad though.
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,...
Looks great, plays fairly well, but is rather disjointed.
Brandon Wells, Amazon
14 August 2006
Summary: Radiata Stories looks excellent, very polished, and if you like anime type art, it is visually amaziing. The gameplay is similar to stuff like Sudeki, only no changing primary characters. Instead of changing places with characters, you give them orders.