Summary: This is a gem of a game, released late onto a dying platform. This RPG offers some great mechanics -- borrowing elements from an MMORPG and mixing in tactical aspects from turn-based systems. The result is a deep, challenging battle system, that's a lot of fun. The game also delivers a great storyline, albeit wrapped in a somewhat cliche organic-vs-machine setup. The world-setting is great, unique and spectacular.
Summary: Simply the best J-RPG this gen, not only in the Wii, i mean all consoles. You have more than 100 hours in playtime through the main story and the sidequests. If you have the Wii, you simply shouldn't miss it.
Summary: This game combines the greatest strengths of all things RPG and mashes them with a beautiful art direction and soundtrack, a great story, innovative battle system and a massive scope. If you are a hardcore Wii gamer or an RPG lover, you owe it to yourself to check this game out.
Summary: IS cliche say 'flawed masterpiece', but for better or worse this is probably the best definition to this game. Maybe Jack of Trades is other one, but in this case Jack is master of immersion and world building, and is in the other areas (story, graphics, Battle System, balance, side quests) were is good at it but no a master of it.
Unique world with a unique story that makes a wonderful game
Fleaman: Arkham Origins, Amazon
1 July 2013
Summary: Wow this game is just awesome. I haven't seen a story or setting like this in any game I have played. It was very long. Probably a little too long but every time I thought it was starting to drag on a little the story would kick into a new gear and I'd be completely interested all over again. As always my reviews rate the game on Story, Characters, and gameplay with more weight being given to the story. Story: 10/10 This story is just wonderful.
Summary: This is once again an amazing RPG from monolith soft. It is the best 3d RPG for consoles this generation. It puts every RPG that Square Enix made this generation put to shame. If you are a huge RPG fan like myself I suggest (if you can afford it) Get this game.
Summary: People literally had to beg Nintendo for an American release and was it worth it...I would say it was.The thing that captivated me was the world the game takes place on.The Bionis is a giant mech like being that is shown during the beginning of the game fighting another giant whose name is the Mechonis.While you are playing you can see the mechonis when you look towards the sky.