Summary: I had high hopes for this game. I tried the demo, found the controls to be fairly fluid, but not enough to buy it. Instead I rented it; I am glad I didn't buy it. This game is awful, awful, awful. Sure, there are lots of high points, but you will find the terrible battle system beyond tedious and borderline torture. Throughout the game you "Level up" your group. What does this mean?
Summary: First off I played all the way through game...and it sucks. I'm a fan of Jrpgs that have real time battle systems like Tales of Symphonia and Tales of Vesperia. The battle system here is much like them and works fine. The problem is you have absolutely no incentive to keep playing this game. The story is god awful and goes nowhere. People say some parts were cut from this version but put into the ps3 version to have it make more sense. Yeah?
I really wanted to like this game, so much that ive bought it twice...........and gave up on it twice
P. Richardson, amazon.co.uk
17 September 2009
Summary: Who knew that a game based on Chopin's life/death could be so dull and childish. The graphics and art style in this game are really beautiful but with fixed camera angles your not allowed to explore properly. The cut scenes are the most annoying part of this game as they are crammed with childish morals and Polka's cringeworthy voice acting will have you setting the language to Japanese .Combat system is ok but appearence of the characters armor and weapons remains the...
Summary: c'est joli, on ne peut pas le lui reprocher, et des la presentation du jeu, lorsqu'on apercoit le monde, on a hâte d'y entrer. Malheureusement, des les 1eres cinematiques, je suis abasourdie. Ca me rappelle d'autre anim/jeux japonais ou il semble que l'auteur, voulant faire un univers extraordinaire, devient totalement incontinent et part dans tous les sens, avec au final un rendu bien lourd, flanqué de dialogues affligeants de banalité et de grande verités assenées...