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.
Summary: I have played Resonance of Fate. Was it worth buying; Yes why? 1. This is a standard RPG,(with the exception of useing guns instead of swords and magic) and I happen to favor RPG's as a gameplay option. 2. I recieved this game for less then $20. 3.
Summary: the battle system is god , but it has no special moves or magic all you do is shooting or trow grenades , can get really repetitive an tedious graphics , music , and the world "style" are god , but the really bad thing of this game is the super slow and boring beginning of the main history , for the...
Summary: The battle scene is unique with some John Woo charm but you will be doing this way too often with the little story there is. The missions are alright but are normally fetch quests which lets it down.
Summary: This game has a unique gameplay that sets it aside from every other RPG out there. It could be confusing on your first several tries, but the tutorial they provide is actually very helpful, if you don't skip any of it at least. The only good thing about this game however, is its gameplay.
Summary: I'm just writing up a quick review here, not going to go too in-depth. This is a very complex, combat driven RPG. There doesn't seem to be much going on plotwise, I'm only 4 chapters in though so maybe it picks up later.
Summary: While this game did quickly draw me in with its highly unique combat style and over the top scripting, i did after a while start to see some serious flaws in game. Unfortunately the majority of these flaws are related to this games most outstanding feature, which is its combat system.