Summary: The 2nd summoner game is great but also very hard. Of course it does have some flaws like any other game. Summoner 2 story is after the summoner the first one, your main character is Maia a queen to a kingdom. And also she is the goddess reborn. She must find the enemy who is trying to destroy the world before the darkness covers the world. The graphics is cool with different colors that makes the game neat. But there are some slowdowns in some areas.
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.
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.
Summary: this game is brilliant, it has everything that is needed for the follow on of the summoner. no matter what type of gamer you are you will find this game hard to put down and even so much fun you wont leave it for hours! this game has the normal leveling up system and has an unbelivable amount of weapons and armor. there is also 7 or 8 characters, one of which will suit your style of play.
Summary: The story for the second game takes place some twenty years after the first and despite a couple of characters from the first game,namely Iago and Rosalind,is completely different. Whilst Summoner is almost turn based with it's chain system number two is in real time similar to recent Phantasy Star games with face buttons performing normal attacks,or with some contorting with the fingers,combos and special moves,this works really well although the blocking is a bit hit...
Summary: I couldnt wait to get my hands on the Summoner 2 after playing the first game. I was quite suprised to see that it was nothing like the other, but it is still a very good game and I enjoyed completing it a couple of times. There are lots of mini quests alongside the main ones, and you also find the doll that was dropped down the well or something in the first game.
Summary: This is a very worthy follow up to the original Summoner. The action is more fast-paced and intense, the characters are more interesting, there are a huge number of quests to do and, like it's predecessor, the game does a very good job of creating a highly immersive, well-realized world.
Summary: I loved this game! I was heart broken after playing Summoner 1 to learn that Summoner 2 was only going to be released on Playstation. So I saved up and bought one, played Summoner 2 and loved it. You know all about the plot the graphics and the stlye of play. All I can add to it is that's it's not as bad as some have portrayed it. The graphics are kewl, the music is magical, the characters are stunning in their own right and the story is one of the best I've encountered.