Summary: fully turn based like most Trpgs :the mechanic of the world map makes it complicated to get from level to level so consult a manual :unique because instead of attacking once you almost always attack multiple times with one character :fun and generally fast paced make it worthwhile to try
Summary: i didnt have a psp until i saw this game. spectral souls. even the name evokes a sense of greatness. i bought it for 40 dollars but i wouldve willingly paid three times the amount. didnt have a psp to play on so i bought that too.
Summary: If I had to describe Spectral Souls as quickly as possible I would say: "Suikoden II + FF Tactics". You have plenty of characters to develop a la Suikoden which are divided amongst armies with basically seperate storylines.
Summary: Contrary to the reviews on this website and underrated coverage of this game on gaming sites, this game is really excellent. I'll be unbiased enough to admit that the load times are rather dreary, but once the game gains momentum, you will not want to put it down.
Summary: I was really looking into who made the game more than anything else when I purchased this. I heard that Disgaea was very well done and so, I purchased this to play on the road. Man, that was a poor decision. I love strategy, can't get enough of it. But I must say, this is just not fun to play.
Summary: I got excited when I heard about this game via Nippon Ichi America's website. I really enjoyed Disgaea and anxiously awaited (and still do) a PSP RPG of like caliber. Mechanics-wise, this game has a lot going for it, and the combo system could have been a lot of fun.
Summary: Only people that live and breathe to play Strategy RPG's should RENT this game only. Don't get me wrong I love a good portable SRPG they are a great way to pass some time (Try Field Commander, LOTR) but this game was unbearable. First the CONS: 1. HORRIBLE!!!!!