Summary: Suikoden I and II are such great games. Suikoden II starts off pretty slowly. It picks up about two thirds of the way through the game with some great explanation of some events from the previous games and a great twist. It unfortunately doesn't all add up to a good game, just a decent one.
My favorite title from an extremely well-made series of games!
Amazon Customer, Amazon
5 August 2013
Summary: I could type on-and-on about this game all night! I was one of the few fortunate enough to pick this game up when it first came out, and I haven't truly put it down since. I've been playing all of the Suikoden titles faithfully since my brother and I found the first Suikoden hanging on a little video-game rack at our local CVS years and years ago. If you hold any joy for playing Role-Playing Games at all, I highly encourage you to try Suikoden 1-5 and Suikoden Tactics.
Summary: This game is fun. It's really really deep as far as character development and options to your play style. Playing this game definitely got me hooked on the Suikoden series. The map battles remind me of Shining Force.....oh how I miss you.
Summary: I loved this game. The rotating storylines made for an interesting and new way of experiencing the points of view on different sides of the same war, and how incomplete information can lead to radically different conclusions. The three main characters and their starting companions are all very well developed, and really showcase the cultural differences and perceptions from the different factions.
Summary: I'm not a pro writer....I loved this game.After playing Suikoden I,i was hooked.tried to get Suikoden II,but won't pay 130 bucks for it.Graphics are terrific.Storyline is very good.Big battle sequences are more confusing then the first game.Loved the treasure chest guardian battles.The Suikoden games will be right up there with the F.F. Series,in my opinion.Avery rnjoyable game for any RPG lovers.RPG Gramps.