Summary: the CD was loose inside the case and os it came with an area with lots of light scratches, lucky me it didn't affect the readability of the CD (so far) so i been playing it just fine, other than that it was perfect as usual, just please be a little more careful when placing the CD in its case, make sure is hooked in tightly and securedly
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 solid battle system based off of Star Ocean: Till the End of Time's battle system. Definitely worth the money.
Summary: It didn't really get me hooked to the game, but I still found it pretty interesting. I mean the story and the game play was actually pretty good, but I still found it kind of childish. Compared to all of the other rpgs that I've played, this one actually had new features. For example, you can get the npcs in various places to join your party, and you also get to choose what side you're on later in the story as well.
Antonio D. Paolucci "Collector of Entertainment", Amazon
20 May 2006
Summary: I would have loved this game had it not been for the in-game clock rushing me to do things I'm not ready to do. It was a constant aggravation hurrying from point A to point B in time so that I could meet a character simply to buy a few items from him or her, or to get a key to opening up that character later on to become a friend (more on this saving grace later).
Summary: Radiata Stories is a mission-oriented fantasy rpg set in Tottaus, a world which houses both humans, elves, dwarves and even orcs. They may all live there, but they don't always get along. Humans, the only mortal race are views with great suspicion and war is brewing once again. In the background the dragons charges with keeping the world's balance begin the moves that will once again signal the destruction of mankind.
Summary: I am a fan of the Tri-Ace company. Their games have often combined good storylines with excellent music, but most importantly, they have always given the gamer a little bit more. With Star Ocean 2, and even more so, Valkyrie Profile, the gamer was (gasp!) not bored to fight battles, as strategy played a key role in success. Furthermore, SO2 and VP had extensive bonus dungeons and multiple endings (SO2 had 97, if I'm not mistaken), which added to replay value.