Summary: Let me get started. The game itself is gorgeous. It's details are in-depth and the costumes are all rendered remarkably. The story. The story is weak. Very weak. However it adds a touch of humor to the game that's needed. The gameplay. All I can say is..... Flawless. If you play through the tutorial and do the arena and learn, it's awesome. It's confusing to start with but when it's out into motion, you feel like a demon for completing tasks.
Definitely Underrated. My favorite JRPG since Persona 4
Daniel, Game Informer
18 August 2012
Summary: I bought RoF just because it was a cheap JRPG that had my eye for a while. I read several reviews over the past year, and because the game was received as an average game, it faded out from my thoughts. Now that I finally decided to spend the money to get the game, I'm really glad I did. This game is very unique and fun. First off I would like to address the plot and setting. The game is set on a gorgeous steam punk tower created to fix a ruined Earth.
Summary: The game get's some criticism for it's lack of a detailed how to play, but by the end of chapter one you should have the hang of it and by chapter 3 the flow of things should be natural. in classic Tri-Ace style they divert off of the standard RPG beaten path, bringing in the need to think. Customizing guns and shuffling around who uses what is very important as your character grows off of three weapon exp trees and grinding is innevitable.
Summary: i originally purchased final fantasy XIII thinking it would be fun.... it wasnt... so eventually i picked up this game when the price dropped, and played for about an hour, after dying a few times because i didnt undersand the battle system i went to the arena to do the training, after a few minutes i understood what to do and started destroying everything.
Summary: I've had this game for about 2 weeks now and it is phenomenal. The gameplay is really fun and this game goes back to the golden days when a game was difficult and made you think. Not like today's games who appeal to the lazy gamer that doesn't want to get better at the game, but have the game dumbed down to the point they can play on par with the best players. You must think, it is clear the people who hate on this game don't or cant.
Summary: Resonance of Fate is a great game but it does have its flaws. 1. Great storyline but hard to understand, I never understood the storyline, so i looked it up on Wiki and i found out about it and its great but you wont find the storyline in the game. 2. Customization-Awesome 3. Battle system is hard to grip but it is a blast when you get the hang of it. 4.
Summary: This is a rare kind of RPG. This JRPG utilizes strategy, free movement and interactive combat sequences in order to win. Before I get into that, I'm going to point out two things. The voice acting in this game is REALLY amazing and the world map music is really great. However the dialog in combat can be repetitive. Second, each of the characters are different with their own emotional stories. You're bound to really like the characters in the game.
Summary: I have to admit I don't like Japanese RPG's very much. But this one peeked my interest. A combat system with people flying in the air with guns blazing? That's just crazy. Even so I thoroughly enjoyed this game. It'll keep you fighting for a while. Mostly because this game is so hard. I got to a boss and I could barely scratch him and was forced to level my party up several levels and I just barely beat him. I enjoy a challenge but this game is harsh.
Summary: This game is by far one of the hardest yet most thrilling RPG's i have ever played. Yes granted the storyline is a little forgetful but the gameplay and graphics are wat make this game. This game isnt one of those games u pick up a controller and be a master at. No it takes a lot of trial and error and time to beat this game. I believe this game teaches people to plan ahead before you go into battle.