Not that great but still gonna see how the story unfolds.
30 April 2013
Summary: If you're thinking about buying this, STOP, go on Youtube and see gameplay footage to see how it plays. Its best watching videos than reading a review. I bought this only after doing brief research and was pretty dissapointed. IMO this game from the starting cut-scene (not CG which how SE usually start their games) to your first battle does not have enough spark to make want to keep playing. The battle system is choppy.
Summary: Game is ok. It is set up a lot like Final Fantasy. A bit complicated to learn. Some of the script is hard to read. Has a good storyline though. I would not pay a lot of money for this game as it is 2008. But for a cheap game, it will give you a challenge. Graphics are good. No bugs found.
Summary: As you might have guessed by the title of this review, I have mixed feelings about this game. At first glance the game seems pretty solid. You command unions, which eventually make up an army of 25 characters, in a world filled with powerful relics of a by-gone time and full of political intrigue. However, TLR's execution of these ideas is where the problems stem from.
Summary: while this game is called a JRPG by many I have to say that I am disappointed to say the least. When I first played this I had no guide and no expectations of grandeur. I did expect that it was an rpg and when I ran into trouble I would go back and painstakingly grind my stats up and tada! I would make it though the troublesome spots. However, for a battle system as complex and intricate as this game made, I would never have guessed that they did not want you to use it.
Summary: I'm going to keep this short by saying that although not my favorite rpg its still a solid game. 1. Battle system is fun but takes some time to get used to and lots of things to play around with that can make or break your unions. 2. Story is just ok with moments that make you get real excited about playing the game. 3. I would say if you love rpgs and are looking for something new give this a shot and for the price you will getting you money's worth.
Summary: The Last Remnant is a game thats hard to shove entirely into a single box. Rush Sykes, son of two famous researchers, watches his sister kidnapped by a flying flamethrower and a wizard, and bumbles into a massive battle near the Mark of Athlum, where he makes a total embarrassment of himself at meeting the marquis of Athlum, who, rather than break his legs for gross breach of etiquette, takes him under wing to help find his sister.
Summary: Ok so i finally played the game after hearing good things about this game from a few people. But honestly i have to admit that the game was not all i thought it was going to be. The story is the only thing that actually keeps me playing this game, and the fighting style is confusing at first because there is so much to it. Im hoping this game is like the rest of the rpg games and gets alot better later on in the game.
Summary: I am a casual gamer and lover of the RPG genre who feels the genre has lost some of its old charm. This game appealed to me initially because it seemed to be a relatively good-looking game and it seemed to be a tactical RPG (and having never played such a game I was curious). I have played through most of Disc 1 making a point of avoiding the main plot in order to do all the sidequests.