Reviews and Problems with Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love
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Not for older gamers
ILikeIt , GameStop
24 November 2012
Summary: I suspect the target audience for this game is younger gamers. But if the game is for younger players, the Sakura Wars designers should hope players don't mind sitting through boring and ridiculous scenes only having to answer questions with an A, B or C response before eventually getting to some gameplay.
Summary: I've been an anime fan for about 25 years, having started in on it back in Jr. High School. The selling slogan for this game was spot on. Ever wanted to be the main character in an Anime series? Well...here's your chance! With all the trappings of the better anime series, from a somewhat lost and clueless hero, to having to take such a wide away of personalities, earn their trust and help them work together.
Summary: i loved every minute of this game. It was the best game ever. Although the battle gave me some helI,I love the adventuring and the building friendships, the strategy needed for this game is immense and should be played only by strategists.if your not a strategist, try another game. But since I'm a strategist I loved it. The best ps2 game I've played. I'm Yune Goddess getting all up in your views -snap-.
Summary: The Sakura Wars series is as close to being able to play an Anime as you can get, especially outside of Japan! The game is divided into episodes, each of which focuses on a specific character or story arc just like an Anime series. There are even eyecatches (which allow you to save your game, monitor relationships between characters, etc) and next episode previews. Don't let the strategic RPG combat fool you: The focus of the game is to play your role in the storyline.
Summary: Since no one is writing a review i guess i will. Just to let everyone know, i have not beat the game yet. I'm taking a little break from it. I will tell you what i think about the game so far. I really didn't know how this game would play. it's just like a normal strategy RPG except your characters don't level up. I have to say this game plays more like a dating sim, which is pretty cool.