Reviews and Problems with Spectral Force 3: Innocent Rage
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Anthony J. Duncan "lemont mcmillan", Amazon
8 June 2009
Summary: Atlus makes great games and you can assume that eventually this game will be difficult to find due to limited copies manufactured. I believe this is a must have for the xbox 360 console because their are so few tacticul rpg's for the system. Plenty of hours to waste away on this game.
Summary: I recommend this game, especially for strategy fans. Worth having in library. However, several aspects of game are a challenge to understand (such as Morale). None are gameplay inhibitors, though.
Summary: Spectral Force 3 slipped under my radar for quite a while because of the horrid ratings it got accross the board. I finally gave it a try, and I'm sure glad I did. The 360 is lacking solid tactical rpgs, this is a great addition to a very under popluated genre. Yes, it has a steep learning curve. The instruction manual is horrid and not helpful, but with guide sites up all over the place, five minutes online will get you everything you need to know to get rolling.
Summary: This game left me with a pretty nasty first impression, so I can understand the bad reviews. The cutscenes are pretty annoying, you're given pretty much no direction on how to use the fairly complex battle system and my game froze up during a post battle cutscene less then 2 hours into the game (I restarted my 360, replayed the mission and skipped the post battle cutscene the second time around.
Summary: As one of the few SRPGs for the Xbox 360, I am pleased to say this the purchase was certainly worth the money; especially at the low price it sells at now. The SRPG genre is one of my favorites, and Spectral Force 3 delivers in many repects. However, the game also lacks in some ways, as other have mentioned.
Okay, I had to remember I bought this game because I like tactics-esque games
8 June 2009
Summary: Here's the "down low" as you kids call it these days. Spectral Force 3 looks like it was developed for Playstation circa 1995. The graphics are just horrendous. The story matches the graphics equally. You're a dude named "Begina". This does not rhyme with the proper name for a female's lady bits, but rather it seems to be a play on the word "Beginner" but said with out the "r".