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Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht
Game Over Online
25 February 2015
Excerpt: A lot of words come to mind when playing Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht; amazing, beautiful, and unbelievable being the most recurring expressions. The team who developed the excellent Xenogears on the PS1 is the same party responsible for churning out this remarkable RPG, and from boot up...
Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht review (PS2)
16 March 2006
Excerpt: KOS-MOS is…different. Hot anime chicks are a staple in the RPG genre; it’s a given that every quest to save the world will include a scantily dressed, well endowed, fetish themed, supermodel stand-in at some point. The Tifas, the Millennias, the Lulus.
Excerpt: I'll start off by saying that Monolith's first title, Xenosaga Episode 1: Der Wille Zur Macht a prequel to Squaresoft's Xenogears , lives up to the hype. This series looks like it may have the potential to compete with Final Fantasy , once they polish it up a bit.
Excerpt: It is well known (among diehard RPG fans) that MonolithSoft is composed of some of the key talent that worked on SquareSoft’s Xenogears. When MonolithSoft announced they were working on a title called Xenosaga, everyone immediately thought sequel.
Excerpt: I'm still a bit undecided about the overall look, differentiating the technically good from the visually pleasing. On one hand, it has some of the better character models to grace the PS2, each sporting plenty of detail with some of the best-rendered hair to grace any game.
Excerpt: During the past 5 years, since Final Fantasy VII made RPGs a worldwide obsession, we've seen countless games try to replicate the success of the legendary series from Square. Very few, if any, were of the same caliber as Final Fantasy, however.
Review: Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille Zur Macht (PS2)
4 March 2003
Excerpt: In 1998, Squaresoft released Xenogears, a game that many consider to be one of the best games that the company ever released, and quite possibly one of the greatest RPGs ever. With an incredibly intricate labyrinth of a story, battles that were fought using both people and mechs called Gears, and...
Conclusion: Syntax Error. Random Conclusion Generator Failed. Reverting to original concluson. Damn. Well, next time it'll be working. The Great Escape, as you've probably gathered by now, is a severely flawed game.