Reviews and Problems with Xenosaga Episode III: Also Sprach Zarathustra
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One word, beautiful
PigeonMan78 , GameStop
26 January 2013
Summary: Every aspect of the game is beautiful, from the graphics, to the character development, to the heavy story the game tells. I only have minor problems with it, one being the footsteps are too loud, another being the anime style seems to detract from the story. 7 years after its release, I still play it and love it, but good luck finding a copy.
Summary: The Xenosaga series is good enough to buy an old PS2 just to play it...... the story might be the best in any entertainment medium ever and the gameplay is just great. The series is very sci-fi and has a very strong anime influence in terms of story and characters.... this can take a little getting used to if you are not familiar with anime... but it is worth the investment of time and energy needed to fully appreciate this amazing trilogy.
Summary: Xenosaga 3 is the last game in the series which should of been a six part series. the story is focus on Shion and her hot weapon friend KOS-MOS this time. The story goes to Shion's past and to the present. With no spoilers I will not give I was so hooked to the story. The graphics were better then two but one problem slow downs.
Summary: I've always been an RPG nut, ever since I first played FF on the SNES. But seriously, this game ROCKS!!! Graphics: The graphics are VERY well done. The game is optimized to the point where it looks almost as good as a 360 game (minus HD). The character design is incredible, with high-poly models. Gameplay is de-emphasized for the story line. Story? I would have to say that this is one of the absolute best stories I've ever seen, period.
Summary: For those who have played the other two games in this trilogy and/or Xenogears are going to be more than pleased with this installment. Episode III brings to the table revisions and additions of epic proportion, especially in comparison to the previous two games.First of all, the graphics receive an incredible make over. The "human-like" models from Episode II are trashed and we receive a more cinematic appeal.