Summary: I bought this as a replacement for an old scratched version that i'd destroyed through hours of gameplay, the delivery was brilliant, I got the game on time and in Mint condition, I've finally managed to complete the game thanks to the scratch free disk :) Definitely worth the money :D.
Summary: I found this game in a sale at the same time I bought "Wild Arms 3" about 5 years ago. While, initially, I preferred that game for being a more traditional RPG, I'd actually say that Summoner 2 has stood the test of time better at being an outstanding game. Sure, there are a few cons here and there. I found it very short for an RPG (20-25 hours), the combat could get a little repetitive at times, and the story wasn't quite there for me.
Excerpt: This game is pants, the downside is it's stupid passwords that you have to solve in less than 7 secs other wise you have to start the lock over and over again. But for this I would have played this game from start to finish.
Summary: I'd played the first Summoner game and loved it. I found that to be just the right level of difficulty and played through it with no bother at all. Interesting story etc, but this review is about Summoner 2. I started the game, nice graphics, long cut screen setting the scene to the game....so far so good. I started the gameplay, you are on a ship and have to fight people coming onto the ship trying to kidnap you.
Summary: The Summoner games are some of my all-time favourites, and they are heavily underrated. I love the characters and the storylines in both, and the bonus material is hilarious. Despite the games' name, I've never really done much summoning in battle. The summons are vital to the storyline in the first game and important in the second, but you can get by just fine without using them outside of a cutscene.