Summary: This game kind of reminds me of Zelda, but I say that loosely because the controls are glitchy and loading takes some time when you are up against an enemy. I do like it! I haven't finished it yet but its still really fun! I like games like these.
Summary: Update: Did a little research and here is the gist: This is actually a remake of Popolocrois I and II. What the developers decided on, was tweaking the original game into two 'books' in this game, then adding Popolocrois II as the 3rd 'book'.
Summary: Popolocrois is a great JRPG for the PSP. My only Complaint is the Loading times.. If it wasnt for that this would be a much better game. But if your not like me (Impatient) Then you shouldnt be bothered by this. I still recommend buying this though regardless it is a great game.
Summary: There are good games...great games...and then there are terrible games. PoPoLoCrois is a great game that plays like a good game and looks like a terrible game. This game came out a LONG time ago...like 4 years ago.
Summary: First of all, why is this game listed in the Fighting section of PSP? Anyway, I'd like to say that for a game that's 10 years old it holds up suprisingly well. Here's why... Concept: Take two PS1 games of a cherished Japanese phenomenon, combine them and add a couple of extra fillers.
Summary: Excelent Game. (old school RPG). - good graphics and audio. (the graphics are beautifull). - good fighting/battle system. (old school). - good story (typical, but not so bad). - The spells are cool!!!.
Summary: You know, I weighed the pros and cons of buying this for about a week, but finally decided to... and im glad I did. This game is actually pretty fun, and it's faults don't make it as bad as some make it sound.
Summary: and interesting. not too challenging, but very engaging. the game follows it's main characters from age 10 (and a very mature responsible age 10) into adulthood and maybe even involvement? (I dont know how it ends yet) My only beef with this is that gameplay is too short for a $40 game.
Conclusion: Popolo Crois for the PSP, although not a match for its Playstation originals (PopoloCrois is a convertion of PopoloCrois 1 & 2 from the PSX), is an absolute gem of a game. Although it may seem childish, the characters, the music, the art has such amaxing charm, you’ll be sucked in straight from the...
Summary: I love this game so much. The characters are drawn in a colourful, 2D style reminiscent of Final Fantasy's early games and Breath of fire 3. Everything moves in the world, the animations giving the characters depth.