Summary: Just like all the other reviews say its just like final fantasy so if you dont like that style of rpg dont buy this game. Found the story to be entertaining and it draws you in. Dont expect to do much traveling in the world though it kinda sticks you to the storyline. but its a good story, so if you got hours to spare then have at it.
Summary: So, let me begin by saying like many of you, i have been playing FF games since the very first installment. There is a typical storyline which ensues Hironobu Sakaguchi style, where humanity is faced with utter destruction and must be saved by a single group of heroes. Nothing New here. Some characters are even indirect references to previous final fantasy games (Sed = Sid, Mack + Cooke = FF4 Polom + Porom). But therein lies the problem.
Summary: Love the action and the way it is set to kill the enemy, There is a lot of videos in this game. I wish this game could be played with more them one player. The only way to do that is play online.
Summary: If your a fan of old school RPG's this game is for you. It evokes all the classic styling of framed franchises such as Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest and slew of other great games in the genre but still carves out of a place of its own to feel unique. It has an engaging battle system that is fun to play and not to hard to use but still requires some forward thinking if you want to win and not get hammered.
Summary: The first that I tell you is Lost Odissey is the best RPG on xbox360 platform. The story is good, the characters are great, the battle system is easy( turn battle system), the game takes approx. 38hrs. to 52hrs. also the game have great graphics,the game bad is have too much loadings but until this I give to the game 8.7 of 10.
Summary: If you're a fan of Eastern RPGs, this is pretty much the best thing you will find on the 360 or PS3 right now. PS3 really has nothing right now to offer. The 360 has a few JRPGs but the only one that comes close to this one is Star Ocean. And Star Ocean is hindered by it's horrible dialogue and lack of editing. The story is actually pretty good. And the Dialogue is much better than any of the other JRPGs available right now. Gameplay is also fun.
Pros: Very pretty visuals, the skill-building system is a new and interesting twist on the usual "equip X to learn Y" formula, the "A Thousand Years of Dreams" vignettes are some of the most beautiful, bittersweet readings I've seen in a JRPG.
Cons: Some parts of the game require a bit too much grinding for my taste. Some of the voice acting can be a bit spotty.
Summary: It only took a glimpse of the game play from Lost Odyssey to convince me to buy the game. A couple of weeks ago, my friend booted up his XBox and decided to give LO a try. Within minutes of setting up the game preferences, he and I were immersed in a chaotic war of epic proportions. The introduction of the main character, Kaim, was beautifully executed by displaying his innate skills for combat and the soulless stare of a battle-worn face.
Summary: This is a "VERY" good game. I cant give it an excellent because its not as good as the best JRPG I've ever played (Final Fantasy X) but it is very close. I was surprised that this game didn't get enough publicity because it definitly is a hidden jem. I was surprised however when I opened the case that this was a 4 disc game, considering its only a 40 hour game and it doesn't have huge environments.