Summary: when I first got the game I was dubious about whether it would be any good But after 2 hours of Non-stop playing then I decided differently. it has relativly goood graphics and an interesting and well structured plot. There is so much to do and something for every player. With over 80 hours of play-time it will keep you occupied for a long time. its controls are easy to get used to and good. A definate must have!
Summary: I still haven't played it through, but after the first minutes you can already tell it's one of the best games for Wii. The system feels good, it's neither too easy nor too difficult, the dialogues are rich and the cut scenes are not boring. The graphics are great for the Wii and the setting is very original.
Summary: This game took a while for me to warm up to. The controls were a little awkward at first and the character design is a little uninspired, but I gave this game a chance. I really wanted to like it. And before I knew it, I had 40 hours of gameplay wracked up on it and I thought, "...Where did the time go?" It's so easy to lose yourself in the story and world. It's expansive, beautiful, and rewards you infinitely for exploring it.
Summary: I had this game for christmas and i am enjoying ever second. The game is beautifully created with wonderful graphics and an epic storyline. The twists and turns of the relationship between the main characters is complex. Exploring mechonis and bionis is a sight to behold. A stunning game for lovers of final fantasy style games.
Summary: I can't begin to describe this game! You play as Shulk as he journeys across the "world" (which is in fact the two corpses of two "gods") with his friends and the mythical weapon the Monado on a quest to destroy the Mechon. The game comes in both Japanese and English and they do vary slightly in terms of language (for example the Mechon are called Keshinhei in Japanese).