Summary: With great graphics, decent voice acting and a nice story, this game should appeal to fans of older RPGs. The combat system is fairly simple and straightforward, unlike some newer games that tend to make a mess of the fights.
Summary: Crimson Gem saga was a game I took a chance on after reading the description here on Amazon. I liked what I heard which was that this game is essentially an old school experience. For the most part its true save for a few little additions which I will mention more later.
Summary: A nostalgic, endearing RPG that any fan of the genre will undoubtedly enjoy. With its lovely design and graphics, Crimson Gem Saga is visually enjoyable as well. I took a chance on getting this game and am happy to say I was not disappointed!
Excerpt: Crimson Gem Saga (from now on will be referred to as CGS) features a turn based battle system not unlike the classic Final Fantasy games but with it's own modifications. Battle consists of 4 party members arranged in: Front, middle, middle, rear.
Summary: As a Korean-American, I like to try out a lot of games from Korea. There hasn't been a lot of games from Korea that make to U.S., and there are a lot of flat-out unpopular Korean games, like.. Magna Carta or the first Astonishia Story for that matter.