Summary: this game features a complex and satisfying combat system, that's unique among rpg's. the story is good and takes a good 60 hours to complete, as well as arena battles and post game areas that add to play time. graphically this game is beautiful. the amazing gameplay, story, and graphics make this game not only a really great game, but possibly my favorite game of all time.
Summary: At first, when I had to learn the controls, I was SO frustrated. It can be hard to learn but once you do, it's so much fun! I love it. Making this review, I'm reminded I want to play it again. The story is so great and it's so fun and unique.
Summary: I think this is my favourite JRPG ever. Probably the best thing I ever bought for my PS3 as well, Tri-Ace and Motoi Sakuraba again and more than a handful of design elements carried over from Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria (another excellent title), Japanese audio, amazing combat system, OTT characters and a huuuge learning curve, legitimately challenging without being cheap and once mastered, the game is a pleasure to play from beginning to end.
Summary: First off I've been wanting to play this game for some time as I liked Tri-Ace's last game Infinte Undiscovery very much. I finally got it and decided to play it. When I play new games I expect to be interested right away by the games story or either the gameplay. I like when a game teaches you things as you move along so the more complicated things are not as confusing.
Summary: This game is absolutely terrible. The graphics are very outdated. And the battle system in boring and very confusing. Also I could never advance in the storyline because the way you are supposed to move from one part of the world to the other made absolutely no sense. It consists of this stupid block system you have to put these block in a certain order on the map in order to move to different locations. How stupid is that.
Summary: When humanity has grown too large and life can no longer be properly sustained on Earth, measures must be taken.... Story In an unknown era, the human population has increased to such a number that the planet has been ravaged by pollution and depleted of resources; people are forced to live on an ancient structure. Peoples' lives must be controlled, their lives and deaths in the hands of an unknown God, Zenith.
Summary: I've been playing this game for a while. I'd like to tell you guys that this game is really fun. Battle system is newly created and I feel like playing action game. Try this one if you like jrpg.
Summary: Resonance of Fate is yet another JRPG from famed JRPG makers Tri-Ace. Unlike the fairly typical Star Ocean, Resonance of Fate is a pretty inventive take on a genre not really known for taking chances. The story and steam-punk setting are decent, but have been done before. The combat however is where the game truly shines. It is the perfect mix of challenge, depth, strategy and action.
Summary: Resonance of fate is one of those love it or hate it games. It offers a really unique battle system that is hard to master and can be really punishing at times but is at the same time one of the most exciting and innovative battle systems in an RPG to date. If you are looking for a game with a great story, you won't find one here. The story is serviceable at best. The main draw to me was the battle system. Its flashy and stylish and as mentioned deep and hard to master.
Summary: Tri-Ace after number of outings in this generation brings somewhat their most polished RPG game yet. Although the game's story doesn't take center focus, it is a compelling one. Gameplay is quite a deviation from standard. Big overworld maps have been replaced with game board like hex based map where random encounters give you different hex "pieces" to expand where you can travel to.