This game is difficult to learn but once you get going by the end of your first campaign you should have mastered most of the strategy. I really enjoyed the new hand drawn style and voice acting of the short movies, it added more depth to the characters. The multi-player portion of the game is what I consider the "Master Quest" where in you face off against a boss mode of sorts on a few of the maps. Must know an experienced friend to play with as well since you will be relying on each other on the harder maps. New weapons and gear available exclusively through the multi-player. The problem I had with the gameplay was the fact then casting spells and doing other certain actions would slow down the system as it was struggling to process it. This should have been fixed from the original PSone version, but alas, it was not. They should have added or redone a few of the songs and maybe allowed for a even larger character roster.
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