Summary: I personally loving this game. The HEX system adds tatics to this game and allows you to have a tank and healer set up. The sideview puzzles are more fun than previous puzzle. I can't put this game down.
Addicting Isn't Quite the Word For It. (Ignore the Whiners Here)
Robin Baker "Spore Lover, DRM Hater", Amazon
27 December 2008
Summary: I don't think I've ever been so addicted to anything before in my entire life. I rented this game at my nearest video game rental store, and bought it the same day I took it back, because I literally went into withdraws a mere 10 minutes after taking it back. I let my best friend borrow it, and it had the same effect on her. All of the complainers here are just a bunch of fanboys of the other games who simply cannot tolerate the battle system change.
Summary: I was completely impressed with this game. As an RPG series, Wild Arms has evolved very well. And 4th Detonator is absolutely an improvement on past installments. But although Wild Arms 4 offers a great RPG experience, the best part of the game is the story line. You simply can't get this kind of writing from contemporary Hollywood movies. Anyone who is looking for an alternative to mainstream media should check it out.
Summary: Okay, so Alter Code F stunk, right? So this should be no different, right? Wrong to the max! This game is off da chains 30+ hours of entertainment extreme! This was the best game I've played since Dragon Quest VIII, and my favorite Wild Arms ever. I just couldn't stop playing. Fun but simple platforming, innovative battle system, unique characters, and nostalgic enemies galore (gob gob). To the non-WA fan, maybe not so, but to the WA fan, maybe so!
Summary: Having come across Wild Arms during the third installment, I was hooked on the Wild West Themed RPG almost instantly. There was something about the game that appealed to the 'cowboy' in me. Out of all the RPGs I've played on the Playstation 2, I consider Wild Arms 3 to be one of the finest RPGs I've ever played on the system. You can imagine my surprise when I began playing Wild Arms 4 and find out it's nothing like the previous installment.
Summary: Well I liked this game. The storyline is the typical kind of boy (and friends) saves world kind of storyline but it's a good one, although you do kind of get the impression that adults are the bad guys in this game. Anyway, the graphics again are good being very similar, if a little better than those in Wild Arms 3 which is fine by me as I personally am a fan of the more cartoony type graphics anyway.
Summary: So, yet another RPG is let loose upon PS2, but does is it worth buying? The game follows Jude, a young boy whose world is the tiny island he lives on floating on the sky. Untill, one day, invaders come. He meets a girl, and suddenly the fur is flying. An arm becomes mysteriously attached to Jude, the island plummets to the earth, and all Jude wants to do is protect the girl, (Yulie) and the earth from the peril of the ARM!
Excerpt: La historia del jeugo puede ser aglo tipica a priori. UN pueblo que vive aislado flotando en el cielo, guarda una poderosa arma, el ARM. Un grupo militar ataca el pueblo y un chavalin acaba siendo el portador del ARM, el problema es que el pueblo acaba estrellandose en la tierra, y el chico acaba solo con un par de amigos, y decide ir a buscar a los otros habitantes de su pueblo.