Summary: Lost Odyssey is made for two types of gamers: fans of classic Japanese RPGs and gamers who enjoy it when videogames are used as a storytelling medium. This game is produced by Hironobu Sakaguchi, the original creator of the Final Fantasy series, and it shows.
Summary: The leveling system is pretty interesting in the game as you have Immortals who don't learn skills when they level and Mortals who do. Consequently, you can "skill link" an Immortal to a specific Mortal Skill and learn it eventually.
Summary: This was overall a fun game with an allright story. It was long enough to more than satisfy me and the graphics were really nice, although I do have a couple complaints. The characters are not very in depth, with the exception of Jansen. The rest of the characters are pretty dull in personality.
Summary: Ok, This is my FIRST ever review on a game. I am pretty old school in the rpg department and am a sucker for a good story and old fashion type rpg's. This one fit the bill for me. It does have a feel of the final fantasy games but SO FAR SO GOOD!
Summary: This game is what you would expect from an RPG: An epic story with familiar gameplay. Taking elements from the Final Fantasy series, this game does the RPG genre justice. The story is interesting and epic and apart from the awkward character design I find little to complain about.
Summary: I won't bother with a summary, as you can read other reviews for that. The game is definitely great fun. Many say that it should have been the next Final Fantasy after FFX and I would have to agree.
Conclusion: Really good RPG, but its worth buying than renting because of the time it takes to finsh it. Even though there's other RPG's out for the 360 and this one hasn't been given much hype when it was released, its by far one of the best RPG's for the 360.
Summary: Lost Odyssey is an exciting addition to any persons collection. It is, indeed, a great game. The graphics are fine. The story is intriguing and holds some depth. The gameplay itself is a welcome change to Blue Dragon, and other such similar games.
Summary: When I reviewed FINAL FANTASY 12, I praised its refreshing battle system and frowned on its poor characters, music and storyline. LOST ODYSSEY as we will see, is the complete opposite--but does that mean that one is better than the other?
Summary: I got this for my husband and so far he is hooked! The graphic are amazing and he just enjoy all the details put in that game (music and story lines)! He just finished playing Oblivion and that was the next good game for him.