Reviews and Problems with Rune Factory Tides Of Destiny
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why i love or hate this game
cookies4me , GameStop
29 November 2014
Summary: i loved this game for all the fun it has to offer. i love the creativity and whimsy. but i don't like how hard it is to level up things in game. like the extra stuff cooking crafting and so on and i wish the combos had more to them not just button smash but all an all i love this game so much fun played 2 files so i could ...
I think it's a great addition to the Rune Factory games
Michelle Luong, Amazon
1 November 2014
Summary: I think it's a great addition to the Rune Factory games, but the seemingly lack of a linear plot of the game kind of takes away from it, due to confusion and perhaps lack of immediate desire to accomplish but another board request. I must say that the while the graphics and animations are stellar, the 3D visuals make me dizzy and sometimes a little nauseous. The story is fairly interesting, and the characters are pretty unique.
Summary: I know that it's usually hard to keep focused on something, but with this game I've already invested a little over 40 hours of gameplay. I highly suggest this game to anybody that has free time and this is also available for ps3. Eventually things do get into a routine or you can just completely play however you want.
Summary: TOD or Oceans as clued in other places is a great edition to the series and a step up from frontiers. Sure the farming could use a lot of work but everything else from frontiers has been fixed. No more fixed camera. a great town layout that is fun to explore and easier menus too use. Also you get to go around the ocean on a giant golem to find dungeons and punch sea monsters(Kaiju fight!
Summary: If you are tired of "hardcore games" its a nice game to just relax, fishing, take a tour in the oceans and when becames too boring you can fight some monster. My daughter loves this game and we incluse play together some times.
Lots of opportunites for adventuring and battleing.
Mai Vyou, Amazon
14 May 2014
Summary: Has some similarities for "Frontier" but some decided differences too. Frontier was structured to support 3 (independent) players for saving games. Destiny has 15 "save" slots for saving/reloading the game status. In this Destiny COULD support up to 15 independent players provided they ALWAYS save to their OWN agreed upon slot. As some reviewers indicated there's less farming effort in destiny which frees you to do more exploring.
Summary: I recently finished Rune Factory Frontier and was less than satisfied with it, but knew that it was likely that games created after that had probably been improved and had several of the issues I found irritating eliminated or repaired. Namely the stupid Runey population control thing. I read the review of ToD and felt sure it would be much much better. It is. My husband and I have gotten to the 'near end' having finished all the requirements to end the story line.
Summary: the game that I ordered was received quickly and sooner then expected. which is good and it was in the quality that was described and possibly a little better, so overall I'm satisfied for such a good game and for how low the price was.