Conclusion: a blast from the past. i remember writing this review. shota, i’m actually a little surprised you liked this game as much as i’ve heard you have. as i recall, my biggest problem with the game is the almost complete lack of story.
Conclusion: I will grant you the total absence of a plotline. But I managed to give up on it early in the game when it became evident that they were not even trying for it. I don’t know…I don’t usually require plot from my srpgs. It usually feels contrived and I just want to get to the next board.
Conclusion: I’m surprised Pat did not like this one. After I beat it, i immediately restarted it with Ursula and beat it a second time. I found each character class to be fairly different and for me the strategies for victory were tied to the different classes depending on my opponents.
Conclusion: This game is pretty cool. The graphics aren't that great but they're alright. The gameplay is pretty good, you have a certain amount of moves in a turn which is determined by your character's class.
A simple SRPG that only gets better the further you get
10 March 2011
Excerpt: I bought this game thinking it was a take on the hack n slash genre but when putting it into my console, was pleasantly surprised to find out it was actually a turn based RPG. Plot: You start off at your family run gladiator school learning the trade to then work your way up to travelling the...
Summary: this is a game that kept me going for weeks and one that i still enjoy playing. it's so addicting that even though i had things to do i couldn't leave my Xbox and just kept going. If you like a game that makes you think, with a hell of a story, lots of fighting, neverending tournaments this is your...