Reviews and Problems with Ys: The Oath in Felghana
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10 April 2014
Summary: An amazing game that has some core issues that prevent it from realizing its full potential: 1. The levelup system is a waste of time. When played on the default difficulty (which is what I encourage, otherwise the game is so easy its boring or so difficult it's unrewarding), you gain XP from monsters until you're on par with their level, at which point killing them becomes completely pointless.
Summary: I've been a long time fan of Falcom and their game releases. I have the SNES version, though there are plenty of others. I've played the PC release of this remake, which predates the PSP/PSN release. I have to say the control scheme, the graphical and sound touchups...the PSP release is by far the best. Taking from the system developed for Ys 6 and expanding greatly upon it.
Summary: The story flows in the same direction, the dungeons can become a little tiersome, but flow is very nice overall. Really dug the script. Granted, I'm not a serious gamer, and played it on super easy, but hey: that's just me.
Summary: It's a shame that more JRPG games are not localized for the english language because I've always loved the fast paced nature of games like the Ys series. But most of all, I LOVE THE SOUNDTRACK.
Summary: I really like action RPG's and this was a great one. It is a remake of Y's III and a good one at that. I have almost all of the other Y's games and will start trying to finish them. Hopefully, more Y's games will be localized and brought to the US. XSEED, are you listening??
Summary: If you want cool ARPG, buy it! To begin with t has speedy and well-balanced battle system. Also sound fits perfectly in the situations. Thanks to Falcom and Xseed Games, you can enjoy briliant game.
Summary: This is a top-quality console style action RPG (like Secret of Mana) and fans of the genre should most definitely give it a try. The game offer a strong challenge, but do not be discouraged. Much like the highly praised Dark Souls, Ys: The Oath in Felghana demands you master the controls to advance in the game. Players that only know modern console games might not be able appreciate this type of gameplay, but that's OK. Your loss.
Summary: Ys: The Oath in Felghana is one of the best action games ever made, period. If you don't like RPGs, you may have trouble with it. If you aren't the type who goes through and periodically talks to NPCs to gather information, you might find yourself missing out on important quests and items like ones that let you tell whether the floor will fall out on you or not (hint hint).