Reviews and Problems with Star Ocean: Till the End of Time
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Good, But Not For Traditional Or Casual RPGers!
Nikolaii , GameStop
30 August 2011
Summary: I was expecting this to be like a "Tales of..." game in a futuristic setting, but that's were I went wrong. If you're into traditional RPG games with swords and magic, don't fret, this game has plenty of those and its a solid RPG. The game mechanics are a little odd, pressing "x" as the action button doesn't always work too well, you have to be directly in front of an object or person, which gets annoying.
Summary: It was fun and easy at the beginning, but as the story progresses, it starts to get harder and more exciting. The story had its own twists and turns that made it worthy enough to actually be in the Star Ocean series and I for one loved the extra characters added into the Director's cut. What I didn't like though was the fact that some of the characters weren't as memorable as the others. It was like they were basically just there for you to use.
Summary: I noticed a lot of people complain about the story in Star Ocean but I didn't seem to think that it was lacking or anything. Maybe because it was the first Star Ocean that i've played. I liked the idea of going to the past and being teleported through space to different planets and all that good stuff. I was able to see myself in the main character's shoes. From finding new items and weapons to synthesizing your own in things called workshops.
Excerpt: Soon after Enix released Star Ocean: Till the End of Time in Japan to criticism that it was buggy, they merged with Square, a company that had only recently begun its nasty habit of releasing so-called "international" Director's Cut versions of its games, such as Final Fantasy X and its direct sequel.
Summary: Another entry in the Star Ocean series has finally arrived, and luckily, it is a long and worthwhile journey that will keep you entertained for well over 100 hours. If you like Japanese RPGs and Star Trek, you will love this game. You are Fayt Leingod, whisked away into space after being attack by aliens while on vacation. It turns out that they are after you, and are willing to do anything to have you in their custody.
Summary: This game from the company square enix is, this title is not the first and has other predesesors, the story is well done and the grafix of the game is rather detailed, but dull when it come to the human figers, the game play is rather long but keeps the player involved for the whole journey with twist and turns along they way, the detail of the game itself is huge, with a dictornary given to you to learn the words and meanings in the games, the details go as far as laws...
Summary: Everything you can expect from Square Enix is in the game: Great graphics, wonderful storyline, great battle system, and the creative part of being an inventor. The graphics just shine in the game, from going into outerspace or staying on a planet. The story is great, it can keep you interested for hours on in, the only problem is that characters can become too chatty.
Summary: This game is so close to being perfect it actually deserves a 4.85, if only they would have fixed the lip-synching the graphics would be unmatched. For battles only the magic system needs a tune-up with some hotkeys. Also the out of battle controls could be a bit more fine- tuned. other than those easy to ignore faults Star Ocean: Till The End of Time is worth every penny.
Excerpt: I am quite picky when it comes to RPG games, but Star Ocean: Till the End of Time is a very satisfying game that has a great deal of variety and an engrossing plot. Whether you want to just powerful through a breezy story or get immersed in sidemissions and subplots, there's something here for every hungry RPG nut.
Excerpt: Star Ocean Till The End of Time is a roleplaying game developed by Square Enix for the Playstation 2. The game follows the story of a young boy named Fayt Leingod, he is enjoying himself on holiday with his family and friend Sophia when their resort is suddenly attacked. Fayt gets separated from Sophia and his parents and ends up crash landed on a primitive planet. He must find out what happened to his family and friends and join up with them again.