Published by Xseed, Developed by K2
US release date: - | EU release date: -
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Looks like Final Fantasy.
Everything looks like final fantasy since final fantasy has been around for over 20 years and changes their image every game.
Oh wow, I can't believe I've never seen this. Definitely going to give it a buy.
Hi ya guys is this a worth buying game? Because I need to buy a good enjoyable game for the Wii.
This looks like a combination of drakengard (PS2) AND Shadow of the colossus (PS2). I hoped it's a good game, if not, nvm.
William Adams said:
It's the first real RPG for the Wii, but has some flaws (loud footsteps, washed out color palette for most areas, limited voice acting, odd choices in translating from Japanese, short storyline, limited areas to explore), but if you enjoyed Diablo, you'll probably like it (Feels a lot like Diablo 1.5 or thereabouts would have been had it existed). Almost no support for Wii motion controls though (shake the remote to activate the special attack)--- some people prefer to play the game with a classic controller. Positives include: almost total control over character capabilities and appearance, Wii Connect for Co-op play, the customized character's appearance is used in all cut scene animations Standards for the genre:- Tedious initial level-grinding killing mostly harmless critters- Starting off with limited equipment, less money and managing selling stuff and fiddling to determine optimal (or aesthetic) equipment choices- Mysterious NPCs spouting dubious advice and sharing limited (or obvious) information, episode-based storyline, where certain things have to be achieved before the episode ends.
wolf boy said:
Well, William Adams, aren't you the expert! Thanks though, I had no idea what it was about. I will probs get it xx awoo.
Tim Krauser said:
Yeah I played one for the psp. It would be more fun if you played with people.
Excellent game compared to final fantasy but better range of characters.
I'm playing Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga. I like it better than final fantasy, this is definitely a good game.
I bought it for $40, and regretted it. The gameplay gets old after the first episode, and doesn't warrant a second play through. There is an online mode which I haven't tried yet, but if it deletes your character at a certain point like the single player mode does, then I'll be even more disappointed than I already am.