one thing that I can expect out of a game with the prefix "Xeno" is a great storyline. Xenosaga II picks up right off of Xenosaga I. The game immediately throws you into action. You will spend about 3 hours in the Memories of MOMO. I will warn you at first the games Mechanics are very confusing but after you catch on let's just say that you can do about 30,000 damage to an enemy by using boosts and combos. Xenosaga II has had som bad reveiws but don't buy them because this game is rockin, it may not be as good as number 1 and 3 but play it for the story and an RPG that you will remember for the rest of your life. The graphics are good but they changed the characters looks which made me mad but did not change what I thought of the game. The voice acting could have been better but I really don't care if a game has bad voice acting as most RPG games do. If you love Xenosaga you must get this game If you love Xenogears try out the Xenosaga Series.
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