Summary: I played the Xbox360 version, and if you own a PS3, I strongly recommend you purchase that edition instead. The developer cut out a number of extra dungeons, playable characters, an important warp point, and some story elements for the Xbox360 version, which is a bit dissappointing. I loved the visuals, combat, and music. Encore mode provides a satisifying challenge, especially with boss encounters. The game play (i.e.
Eternal Sonata: If they had only stuck to the story...
Morgan Cahall "so many books so little time", Amazon
3 April 2013
Summary: The story follows the journey of Fredric Chopin as he tries to determine what is real and what is fantasy. In our world Fredric Chopin lays hours away from death and has fallen in a coma from which he will not awake. The doctor attending solemnly announces that whether he lives or dies now depends on his will to live. The rest of the story follows Chopin's journey as he tries to determine what is real and what is the product of his fevered imagination.
Summary: I thought i was going to like this game, but unfortunately i got bored real quick. The graphics are real nice, and the co-op makes the game more fun then it was. But i just couldn't get into it. But if you like the JRPG, this game would be the perfect choice!!
I was hoping for a little more then an average JRPG
24 July 2011
Summary: Eternal Sonata does have some nice anime artwork, and the music can be very pleasing to the ears but I find these are the only 2 real strengths of this game. I found the characters to be terribly uninteresting and even halfway through the game I just don't care about them. On top of that I find the voice acting and hell even the way characters like Beat and Polka talk just plain annoying. The overall story isn't very interesting and I'd say it's pretty average.
Summary: Must play, but only if you like Jrpgs. Its clever and inventive, but still very stereotypical.ARGH THE VOICES, they are my biggest complaint, so terrible As I get older I like these games less and less, and I feel embarrassed playing them.
Summary: The game has an interesting premise and looks great, but that is about all it has going for it. The characters are too innocent and juvenile and the voices get to be grating after a while (it is like watching a children's show on tv). The plot is also not very grand, at least for a long stretch in the beginning. You embark on an adventure to convince your monarch to lower taxes on your method of healing. Sounds exciting, I know.
Summary: I'm just going to say it right away, i loved this game so much....until i got about two hours away from the end. Now everything before the end was truly fantastic, interesting storyline, the greatest combat system i've ever played in a JRPG, the characters, the premise, all of it, loved every single thing. Granted there was a lack of sidequests but it honestly didn't matter to me. I tore through this game in a couple of days, loving every second i spent with it.