Summary: Fun game. With an amazing story. My only complaint with it. Is that the combat system, uses a mechanic of a spinning ring to determine if you hit or not, which puts the fighting on more of a skill base. But even with good video quality, the ring is just too blurry in this game to be reliable.
Summary: I'm on my second playthough of the game seeking the alternate "good" ending, completing all side quests, and obtaining ultimate weapons and armor. The story is fun (albeit dark) but the game system has two anoyances: First, spinning ring battle system is a nuisance because it distracts from the...
Summary: I actually played SH Covenant first so I was super excited to get the back story. I had no idea Yuri was such a perv in the first game :o! However, I loved getting to know all of the characters.
Summary: This game was nothing but fun. I have played a few Final Fantasy games, and although similar, Shadow Hearts holds it's own. I had never heard about the game when I first played it, I was looking at games at a Used-Game store and picked it up, not expecting a whole lot, but it blew my mind.
Summary: This game was amazing, the minute I saw the begining movie I was hooked. I have to admit for awhile this was a hard game, I don't think I've ever had to beat so many bosses. But just when I was way into the game it was the last boss battle and the ending.
Summary: Shadow Hearts is the story of Yuri Hyuga, a young man with the mysterious ability to fuse with the spirits of monsters he defeats. He has been commanded by a mysterious voice to protect the life of Alice Elliot, who saw her father torn apart in Rouen, France and is now fleeing for her life across...
Summary: I picked up this game just recently. After seeing not to stellar reviews I still decided to play it. And I actually really liked it. Too many people compare it to Final Fantasy X, although they are two seperate game's entirely. I'm a huge Final Fantasy fan, obviously, and I still liked this game.
Summary: I was looking forward to playing Shadow Hearts , and I would have to say that I am 80% satisfied with it. It's a hell of a lot better than most other PS2 RPGs, (like Summoner for example) and it has plenty to recommend it.
Summary: With a unique spin on the Final Fantasy type combat system Shadow Hearts manages to keep your interest. Ever feel in a FF game like you could just sit there holding down one button to get through the whole game?
Summary: Shadow Hearts is what most people consider one of the most underrated rpg's on the ps2 and they're not far from wrong, however I have played better games that can stand up even today that are equally as under appreciated.