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Shadow Hearts: From the New World (PS2)

Platform : PlayStation2
3.7 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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  • Up to 60 hours of enthralling game play
  • Movie-type storyline
  • Atmospheric high-end CG cut-scenes
  • Aid your quest by playing and exploring various mini-games and side-quests to gain extra bounty!
  • Travel across America, explore familiar locations
  • Meet with mythical and historical characters. Will they assist or hinder your quest?!
  • Newly improved features to the series trademark 'Judgement ring battle system'.
  • Multiple endings and surprising twists in storyline where you determine the end.
  • New 'Stellar chart' system feature to unlock hidden secrets, bonuses and power-ups!Character morphing ability.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000PHVWSM
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.5 x 1.5 cm ; 23 g
  • Release Date: 25 May 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,912 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

Set in 1930's America, just after the era of The Great Depression, 'Shadow Hearts: From the new world' follows our young hero - Johnny Garland. After losing his father, younger sister and part of his memory in an accident, Johnny heads off to New York to form his own detective agency. Johnny takes his first case, by accepting a request from a mysterious man to find and apprehend a criminal suspect who has escaped custody. Taking a central role is Johnny's female-counterpart, Shania a 21yr Native American. A bounty hunter by trade and gifted with spiritual powers, Shania senses a strange energy from Johnny, and decides to accompany him on his quest. The third instalment of this truly exciting RPG series offers a totally fresh storyline and includes a newly improved battle system, a whole host of new and bizarre characters, breath-taking CG cut-scenes and a myriad of side quests and mini games to explore. Shadow Hearts: From the New World looks certain to be the most successful episode yet! Up to 60 hours of enthralling game play Movie-type storyline Atmospheric high-end CG cut-scenes Aid your quest by playing and exploring various mini-games and side-quests to gain extra bounty! Travel across America, explore familiar locations Meet with mythical and historical characters. Will they assist or hinder your quest? Newly improved features to the series trademark 'Judgement ring battle system' Multiple endings and surprising twists in storyline where you determine the end New 'Stellar chart' system feature to unlock hidden secrets, bonuses and power-ups! Character morphing ability

Manufacturer's Description

Set in 1930's America, just after the era of The Great Depression, 'Shadow Hearts: From the new world' follows our young hero - Johnny Garland.

After losing his father, younger sister and part of his memory in an accident, Johnny heads off to New York to form his own detective agency. Johnny takes his first case, by accepting a request from a mysterious man to find and apprehend a criminal suspect who has escaped custody&.

As Johnny approaches the escapee, an illusional-like creature, appears from a 'window' of green light and swallows him. Johnny sets off in haste to track down the apparition and without realising it& finds himself at the start of an incredible adventure.

Taking a central role is Johnny's female-counterpart, Shania a 21yr Native American. A bounty hunter by trade and gifted with spiritual powers, Shania senses a strange energy from Johnny, and decides to accompany him on his quest&.

The third instalment of this truly exciting RPG series offers a totally fresh storyline and includes a newly improved battle system, a whole host of new and bizarre characters, breath-taking CG cut-scenes and a myriad of side quests and mini games to explore. Shadow Hearts: From The New World looks certain to be the most successful episode yet&!


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I played this game through at 60hrz no problem. Not so much as a glitch. If this is holding you back from buying the title, don't let it.

This entire game was absolutely hilarious. Sure it's not as dark as its predecessors, but it has the same tongue-in-cheek humour, mixed in with the purely silly. Every character is unique, each with their own side-missions and special abilities that need to be earned. The judgement ring now affects most everything you do and makes Shadow Hearts stand out from other RPGS.

What I enjoyed most was the variety in this game. If you didn't feel like smashing your way through a dungeon or solving a puzzle, then there are dozens of other mini-quests to be enjoying instead.

If you've played any Shadow Hearts games, you'll enjoy this one. If you haven't, get it and enjoy a new kind of RPG experience.
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Ok, to start off I just want to say that I think people are way, way too harsh about this game.

Shadow Hearts I and II are extremely hard to live up to, so you've got to appreciate how difficult it is to create a game that will be just like those.

I've heard many people complain that Yuri was not the main character of this game. Now, I understand he is a much loved character, and I agree, but there's only so much you can do with his story. In I, the bad ending was canon. In II, the good ending was canon, so, in turn, it was actually the good ending that happened in II the second time around, as Yuri knew how to save Alice. So there's your happy ending for them.

What else could you do with him? He's been developed a decent amount and he's been fun to play with. I think it's only fair that they come up with a new main character.

I'll split the rest of the review up into various categories.

Graphics: I admit that the first time I started playing this, I was a little taken aback by the graphics. They were strange, and extremely bright and garish compared to what I was used to with the other two. But then I found that if you adjust the lighting settings on your tv, or play it on a different tv, it's fine. The FMVs are gorgeous as usual, and it's a great pleasure to see the amount of them increased from the previous games.

Gameplay: It sure is fun! There aren't too many, or too little battles. It requires a little grinding when it comes to the end if you're not into finishing the side quests, but that doesn't detract from the game too much.
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I was a bit apprehensive about this one as I had heard some dissapointing things said about it,ultimately it's not as polished or deep as Covenant but it's still a very good rpg.
Yes,Yuri's gone but I found Johnny Garland a decent enough 'replacement',likewise Shania for Karin.the graphics are slightly less polished than Covenant but since the game almost never came out that'a small price to pay.If anything the Judgement Ring is even easier to use this time and the 'Double/Combo'attacks are a welcome addition,The main story is very good although a teeny bit shorter than last time but it has just as many sidequests,some of which I didn't/couldn't do.
Saying that it still clocked in at over 60 hrs by the time I'd finished and I'd gladly start it again,in fact I have.
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I've been a huge fan of the Shadow Hearts series, but "From the New World" is the weakest so far. I might be a little biased as I played it immediately after finishing Final Fantasy 12 and it just can't compare to that, but even so I remember having a far better time playing the first game and the sequel, "Covenant". The story of Yuri and Alice really made the first game memorable, and the second was almost as good, with Karin making a very sympathetic female lead. This time, however, I am not warming to any of them.

The story this time is a brand new one. A 16 year old called Johnny Garland has his own detective agency in New York (like all 16 year olds do), and one day a chance visit from a stranger begins a missing person hunt that leads to uncovering an evil force that threatens to wipe out the entire world. Along the way he gathers a team of new friends and so the stage is set for a typical RPG. Now, Shadow Hearts is famous for having off the wall characters and this time is no exception. I thought having the puppet master Gepetto and Princess Anastasia as part of your team in Covenant was whacky enough, but this time around you'll be joined by a giant drunken Kung-Fu cat, a kittenish female Vampire and a comedy Ninja. The trouble is that I'm having a harder time becoming attached to them in this game because they just don't seem to be original creations. Frank the Ninja is a direct copy of Joacim, with his weapon upgrades from found objects, and Hilda the childish and annoying vampire changes form between being fat, skinny or a bat in the same way that Keith and Joacim did. Shania the indian squaw can shape-shift into elemental fusion monsters like Yuri did, and characters learn new moves and spells by finding documents or manuscripts like Karin did.
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