Summary: Love the ability to play with others around me, plus it also has the ability to share the game as a demo. Avatars are relatively customizable. Main downside is a clunky camera control and inability to buy or make potions early game, but repeating levels allows for a buildup of necessities when needed.
Summary: Great game, I've already nearly gone through it (all solo, no one in my area plays psp) and i can fully say it was wait/buy. I absolutly hated the whole Monster Hunter game series, and this game being close to MH made me worry but it actually fixed what I hated about MH. So thats nice.
Summary: This game is similar to monster hunters but is very challenging as well. Such as collecting parts, for armor,weapons,and creating ur avitar.. kool twist to it I find fun is the magic cards and orbs u get to collect to help aid u on ur quest.. and pretty kool finishing moves as well..
Summary: The game itself so far seems like a more Gothic, "Devil May Cry-esque" verson of Monster Hunter in terms of actual gameplay and style, allowing you to wave around large weapons at very large monsters, take on side-missions and make shiny goods. The biggest let-down though is the camera, as only the D-pad can turn it, leaving you at the mercy of locking on and hoping.
Summary: Its great the game is fun but can get abit repetative but im stuck and just kinda gave up with it its nice in all dissapointed only because the box had a big dent on it which i wasnt pleased to see.
A very nice version of Monster Hunter from Square Enix.
14 August 2011
Summary: As I've said, the game is very similar to the play style of Monster Hunter. So, expect things like doing quests, killing giant monsters, getting better equipment and other related RPG aspects. Since this game is made by the famous developers of the Final Fantasy series, there is more elements of story telling in this game compared to Monster Hunter. As a whole, it's a fun game to play and I would recommend it if you're a fan of Monster Hunter or like playing RPG's.
Summary: it's been a long time sind squeenix have released a game worth paying full dosh for, and it looks like it will still be a long time coming. Lord of Arcana is bland and generic, mixing the poor character modelling of squeenix's psp legacy with themes from just about every game they've ever made. Even the battle theme is ripped nigh note for note from Lord of Vermillion. Althoough hearing a bit of nobuo is no bad thing.