played this game quite long time ago. i highly recommend it! but do know that it does have anti-climax making you feel dissapointed! because it could have been so epic, but ended so fast... great combat, great characters, great music, great voice acting and plot is good enough with nice twists and turns to drag you in. it got a couple of weird design flaws (like a temple that is considered side-quest optional and open for you to do, but then you realize its is not optional and if you did it already you just wasted tons of time for almost nothing). and the biggest flaw is that it wasn't as epic as it seemed to be. your jaws just drop because just when the story is most exciting and crazy, it ends :(
i thought i was only 1/4 of the way but then i finished the game. too easy and no difficulty/deep mechanics. i ended up not even unlocking more than half of all the skills. a shame because it had a great presentation and fun idea.
okay @giggidy8008 you obviously never played an n64 and have no clue about the videogames Atlus has released so go screw off
Wow if you want this game read ign's review. This game is good, its just that gamespot is mean thats all.
when can i expect the review? and do any of you guys own this game? how is it? i went to the store and they didnt have it.
looks cool. Gotta keep an eye on this one. A good RPG for PSP at last? On a side note, I TOTALLY agree with pimperjones.
To kavadias1981 If it ain't broke don't fix it. I'm sick and tired of RPGs trying to change things. New battle systems, new level up systems, new control mechanics, sometime there is magic in keeping things old school. Classic needs no innovation. Swiss Watch Makers like Omega and Vacheron have been making the same watches using the same gear based system for decades, yet to this day these watches are still the most valued time pieces in the world. At the end of the day, one must realize that innovation does not always mean better.
Hmmm...it looks like there be a "choose which ally to die" choice in there some where if the trailer reflects the game...
Doesn't have to reinvent the wheel, as long as it provides me with a decent RPG experience, I'm there.
The concept has been used hundreds of times before. This game brings nothing new to the table in my opinion.