That being said Eternal Sonata was a wonderful gaming experience
29 December 2015
Summary: I'm a long time gamer of shooters and RPGS that goes way back to the Atari 2600 days...That being said Eternal Sonata was a wonderful gaming experience, and I remember wanting so bad to get to the end of the game, which is one of the few games to get an emotional response from me.
Summary: I love this game! It's very story heavy, and a bit philosophical. There's no need for grinding levels in this game, but it can help make the bosses easier. The mechanics are easy to understand, and get more complex as your party level goes up.
Summary: Off the bat, you're introduced with a very beautiful game. The music is grand, the actual historical cut scenes of Chopins life are grand, the game play is grand. You don't simply mash "A" over and over. You're to use your turns wisely but easy enough that it is fun.
Summary: This was an awesome game. I really like co-op games. While this is not entirely co-op, it is co-op during battles, which is where you spend most of the time anyhow. Just an all around good RPG. Highly suggest this one, especially if you have a friend or spouse who wants to tag along.
Summary: The first game I owned on the Xbox360 and still the one I consider my favourite. The story, whilst difficult at times to understand, is lovely. The characters are like able and the voice acting on them especially Polka is fitting.
Summary: I had absolutely loved this game from the start but at the end when **SPOILER* after you fight Fredrick and then polka jumps off but is saved by the agogos,**SPOILER OVER* it just kinda stops there.
Summary: When I first checked out this game at my local library, I fell in love with the storyline and characters. The environments were beautifully done and well thought out. The only thing that aggravated me about the game was Fort Fermata, it took me forever to figure out what the heck to do, but then my...