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Pokémon X (Nintendo 3DS)
Pokémon X (Nintendo 3DS)
Offered by SelectGames
Price: £40.75

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kids and Veterens will love this new version of pokemon, 14 Nov. 2013
This review is from: Pokémon Y (Nintendo 3DS) (Video Game)
Pokemon X and Y are pokemon games that will capture a new generation of fans , while bringing smiles to veterens of the franchise too.

The much awaited transition from pixeled sprites to polygon character models is most appreciated in this game.

Fans will love to see their favourite pokemon animated in glorius cel shaded 3d models.

Alot of care has been put into animating the pokemon , bringing out their personalities and charms/appeal , both during battle and mini games/ petting time.

I do wish the battle animations were a bit more varied at times , but I guess with over 600 pokemon to animate and hundreds of moves/attacks to animate , I guess I can somewhat forgive, the usual place holder short cut animations they apply in this franchise to use across many characters.

The enviroments seem a lot more exciting too , along with wonderful accompanying music which makes the exploration that more immersing. Although some sudden camera angles will have you running around in circles sometimes , thankfully this does not happen too often.

There are a lot of invisible walls though in most enviroments , so you of course can't walk where ever you want.

This is probably one of the easiest pokemon games to date however , certain decisions like the Experience share all , makes it easy for just anyone to steamroll through the whole game with their starter , while the rest of their team levels up alongside it effortlessly.

Kind of takes away alot of the grinding in the game, which I think has always been part of the franchise. Although in a way not everyone has spare hours to throw away to level up their pokemon , so this feature is good for busy people.

The new feature "Pokemon Amie" is a great addition for those who love pet simulators like Nintendo dogs. I'm sure kids will love the opportunity to pet and feed their pokemon and playing mini games with them too. Treating your pokemon well will have bring extra benefits in their performance on the battle field too.
You can also have the pokemon interact with your facial expressions via the one of the 3DS cameras. ( Although the facial recognition is another story )

I can tell alot of the budget went into the attention to detail of each pokemon's animations and mannerisms.

Additional stats training for pokemon is also made easier and more accessible this generation , with the new " Super training " feature. If additional pokemon battles to level up your stats are too monotonous/tedious for some players, they can have their pokemon partake in punching bag and some kind of weird pseudo-soccer simulation to gain extra stat points instead.

Although whether Pokemon Amie and Super training become tedious in themselves , decides on the player. But I'm sure most fans will at least find some short term amusement interacting with hundreds of pokemon via petting/feeding.

Online functionality is streamlined rather nicely in this version of the game.
You can connect online during any point in the adventure. So that means trading and online battles whenever you like.
Everything seemed to work alot more smoothly in comparison when I tried going online in Pokemon Black and White.
Amongst the many additons to the online capabilities , Wonder Trade is by far my favourite addition. Random trading can be a lottery of fun, anticipation and disappointment.

Also other players can be rather generous and reasonable on the GTS ( Global Trade service ) too , as my experience, just as long as you're not too greedy in your demands.

The social aspect of pokemon through it's trading , is what separates pokemon from other J-RPGs and never has it been so easy immerse yourself in trading than in this title.

Another aspect that makes this game even more easier than ever , is O-powers. Which could be seen as RPG spells , that grant you buffs/boosts for short periods.
You can use this on yourself or on other players who are online , further encouraging more online interactions with other players.

And of course another flashy aspect that will change the ways battles are played ( and how new pokemon are designed ... old ones given new life/interest )is the introduction of Mega Evolution. Yet another aspect of making this toddler level of difficulty game , even easier ... well for the single player part anyway.
I'm sure mega evolution means great changes and upsets for the existing multiplayer metagame, but I don't indulge myself in that aspect much unfortunately.

All in all I having a great amount of fun with this title every time I pop it in the 3DS.
It is quite an addictive time eater , especially if you go at your own pace and interact with other players.

The implementation of Pokemon Amie, Super Training and online functionality can be all available and activated at any point in your adventure , greatly streamlines the enjoyment and accessibility of the experience. As it pretty much lets you chose what you want to do whenever you want. As you can easily take a break from the story/quest whenever you want , to enjoy other aspects of the game. ( instead of having to trek to certain locations in the game just to activate these features instead )

My main complaint is that it's just too easy at times .... but then again , I suppose you need to consider the core audience it aims at.
But although it's a kids RPG , adults whose inner child still hasn't died , will be having plenty of fun here.

Pokemon has certainly taken a very big turn in the franchise in terms of presentation and accessibility. I look forward to future games in the franchise to see if they can develope the franchise to greater heights.

Although this could just be the final peak of popularity, lets get the pokedex up to 1000 before putting things to rest shall we ?

This is easily my game of the year, for breathing long overdue exhilarating new life into a franchise that needed it. Although the core game is still quite samey and in some cases and simplified. Sometimes presentation goes along way.

This is the pokemon game I've been waiting for , for a long time...


Pokémon Y (Nintendo 3DS)
Pokémon Y (Nintendo 3DS)
Offered by Shop4World
Price: £36.91

5.0 out of 5 stars Kids and Veterans will love this new version of pokemon, 14 Nov. 2013
Pokemon X and Y are pokemon games that will capture a new generation of fans , while bringing smiles to veterans of the franchise too.

The much awaited transition from pixeled sprites to polygon character models is most appreciated in this game.

Fans will love to see their favourite pokemon animated in glorious cel shaded 3d models.

Alot of care has been put into animating the pokemon , bringing out their personalities and charms/appeal , both during battle and mini games/ petting time.

I do wish the battle animations were a bit more varied at times , but I guess with over 600 pokemon to animate and hundreds of moves/attacks to animate , I guess I can somewhat forgive, the usual place holder short cut animations they apply in this franchise to use across many characters.

The environments seem a lot more exciting too , along with wonderful accompanying music which makes the exploration that more immersing. Although some sudden camera angles will have you running around in circles sometimes , thankfully this does not happen too often.

There are a lot of invisible walls though in most environments , so you of course can't walk where ever you want.

This is probably one of the easiest pokemon games to date however , certain decisions like the Experience share all , makes it easy for just anyone to steamroll through the whole game with their starter , while the rest of their team levels up alongside it effortlessly.

Kind of takes away a lot of the grinding in the game, which I think has always been part of the franchise. Although in a way not everyone has spare hours to throw away to level up their pokemon , so this feature is good for busy people.

The new feature "Pokemon Amie" is a great addition for those who love pet simulators like Nintendo dogs. I'm sure kids will love the opportunity to pet and feed their pokemon and playing mini games with them too. Treating your pokemon well will have bring extra benefits in their performance on the battle field too.
You can also have the pokemon interact with your facial expressions via the one of the 3DS cameras. ( Although the facial recognition is another story )

I can tell a lot of the budget went into the attention to detail of each pokemon's animations and mannerisms.

Additional stats training for pokemon is also made easier and more accessible this generation , with the new " Super training " feature. If additional pokemon battles to level up your stats are too monotonous/tedious for some players, they can have their pokemon partake in punching bag and some kind of weird pseudo-soccer simulation to gain extra stat points instead.

Although whether Pokemon Amie and Super training become tedious in themselves , decides on the player. But I'm sure most fans will at least find some short term amusement interacting with hundreds of pokemon via petting/feeding.

Online functionality is streamlined rather nicely in this version of the game.
You can connect online during any point in the adventure. So that means trading and online battles whenever you like.
Everything seemed to work a lot more smoothly in comparison when I tried going online in Pokemon Black and White.
Amongst the many additions to the online capabilities , Wonder Trade is by far my favourite addition. Random trading can be a lottery of fun, anticipation and disappointment.

Also other players can be rather generous and reasonable on the GTS ( Global Trade service ) too , as my experience, just as long as you're not too greedy in your demands.

The social aspect of pokemon through it's trading , is what separates pokemon from other RPGs and never has it been so easy immerse yourself in trading than in this title.

Another aspect that makes this game even more easier than ever , is O-powers. Which could be seen as RPG spells , that grant you buffs/boosts for short periods.
You can use this on yourself or on other players who are online , further encouraging more online interactions with other players.

And of course another flashy aspect that will change the ways battles are played ( and how new pokemon are designed ... old ones given new life/interest )is the introduction of Mega Evolution. Yet another aspect of making this toddler level of difficulty game , even easier ... well for the single player part anyway.
I'm sure mega evolution means great changes and upsets for the existing multiplayer metagame, but I don't indulge myself in that aspect much unfortunatly.

All in all I having a great ammount of fun with this title every time I pop it in the 3DS.
It is quite an addictive time eater , especially if you go at your own pace and interact with other players.

The implementation of Pokemon Amie, Super Training and online functionality can be all available and activated at any point in your adventure , greatly streamlines the enjoyment and accessibility of the experience. As it pretty much lets you chose what you want to do whenever you want. As you can easily take a break from the story/quest whenever you want , to enjoy other aspects of the game. ( instead of having to trek to certain locations in the game just to activate these features instead )

My main complaint is that it's just too easy at times .... but then again , I suppose you need to consider the core audience it aims at.
But although it's a kids RPG , adults whose inner child still hasn't died , will be having plenty of fun here.

Pokemon has certainly taken a very big turn in the franchise in terms of presentation and accessibility. I look forward to future games in the franchise to see if they can develope the franchise to greater heights.

Although this could just be the final peak of popularity, lets get the pokedex up to 1000 before putting things to rest shall we ?

This is easily my game of the year, for breathing long overdue exhilarating new life into a franchise that needed it. Although the core game is still quite samey and in some cases and simplified. Sometimes presentation goes along way.

This is the pokemon game I've been waiting for , for a long time...


eSecure High Speed USB Card Reader for Digital Memory Cards - Wide Compatibility
eSecure High Speed USB Card Reader for Digital Memory Cards - Wide Compatibility
Offered by DOMU UK
Price: £19.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Great for SD and micro SD Cards and MS Duo, 14 Nov. 2013
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I can confirm this on Windows XP.

I use it to read SD Cards , Micro SD cards and MS Duo cards.

Product itself has a nice outer rubber skin and comes with it's own USB cable with a mini connection smaller connection on one side , which can also work for a variety of other portable devices for data transfer and battery charging purposes.

Great for price , can easily get it for under a fiver with P & P.

Good buy for the price.


Microsoft XBOX 360 HDD TRANSFER CABLE X360 DATA TRANSFER CABLE 2011, T3F-00012 (X360 DATA TRANSFER CABLE 2011 GR= GER EN=ENGLISH IN=INT)
Microsoft XBOX 360 HDD TRANSFER CABLE X360 DATA TRANSFER CABLE 2011, T3F-00012 (X360 DATA TRANSFER CABLE 2011 GR= GER EN=ENGLISH IN=INT)
Offered by 3-Monkeys
Price: £7.99

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Works for Slim to Slim hard drive transfer, 14 Nov. 2013
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This is the cable you need if you want to transfer data from a 360 slim hard drive to another 360 slim hard drive. ( sata drives )

I used it to transfer from a 250gb hard drive to a 320gb one.

A transfer of over 100gb took just under 2 hours.

But it will not transfer any installed game discs from your previous hard drives.

You will have to reinstall those games again yourself on your new hard drive, which is a minor annoyance and abit of a time waster if you installed quite alot of retail games.

But it will transfer profiles , themes, gamerpics,market place DLC/add ons ,arcade games and games on demand games to your new hard drive no problem.

But you will most likely have to redownload marketplace lisence data for your purchases again , if you transfered the data to a new console.

( Market place lisence data are tied to the original gamertags that bought it , aswell as the original console you purchased it on. This can be lisence data can be transfered to a new console , while logged into your gamertag either on the console or on xbox.com. )


Mass Effect 2 (Xbox 360)
Mass Effect 2 (Xbox 360)
Offered by Bridge_Records
Price: £11.46

2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superior sequel , irons out the imperfections of it's predessor !!, 30 Jan. 2010
This game is probably is one of the best games you'll find this year.

Only just a few hours in so far , but enjoying every minute of it. I must strongly commend Bioware for out doing themselves in this sequel.

The first Mass Effect was a great Game and still among one of 360s best titles.
It did have alot of technical short comings , but all of these have been ironed out in this superior sequel.

First of all visually , you will see that everything is looks crisper and moves smoother than before.

Gone are the framerate/slow down issues of the first game ..... the screen tearing or delayed texture popping that plagued it's predecessor are gone too !!! Mass Effect looks super slick and is a joy to look at/explore , now all it's past graphical hiccups are now left behind us .

The story telling is as good as ever .... both the cut scenes and just exploring and talking to the characters.
Immersingly cinematic and excellent script/dialogue and voice acting. This is pretty much the Star Wars of video games .... it's that much exciting to play ... and I'm not even much of a Star Wars fan myself.

The ammount of interactivity and involvement in the game is a marvel ... you really do feel like the lead of a Sci Fi movie epic.
I think Mass Effect series pretty much has the best overall balance of story, plot/script and voice acting I have seen in a video game to date so far.
There are loads of funny lines too , you'll love to remember !!! Which is great bonus from all the dramatic action epicness happening most of the time.

The gameplay and customisation has become more streamlined and combat has become more improved also , to the point it can compete with gameplay of a top line shooter genre , even though this is an action RPG.
Unfortunatly this does mean you might feel more limited in terms of weapons/upgrades/ability choices .... as it does feel like there is less to choose from than in the previous game.
But then again in the first Mass Effect one thing that annoyed me was an overflowing inventory that had to be constantly cleared out due to too many item drops( which also made going to the shop obsolete ). Most of which I didn't bother to use.
Some might not like the new approach to combat and customisation , but I think it works for the better all round.

The fighting does feel much more slick and smooth in this installment of mass effect in comparison to the first.

The improvements and level of presentation even go down to new hacking mini games which replaced the generic button press sequences for hacking in the first game.

Also now there is a total of 10 squad members to chose from for your team , which is upped from 6 in the last game.

But what really takes this game to another level , which is only available to those who played, completed and enjoyed the first game .... is that you can carry over your existing character from your first game into the sequel !!!!

Just imagine the character you made a couple of years back , can be carried over into this new game and continue his/her starring role to save the galaxy once more !
This just brings another level of enjoyment to returning fans ... especially when you see how characters now treat you after your few years long absence from the last game.

All your important decisions you made from your first Mass Effect game will carry over and be relevant in someway.... so it's really impressive how they made the titles inter connect with each other.

This pretty much guarantees fans buying the third game if they can carry over the character they've been using since their first game. It makes for a very special video game experience , so I guess I'll still be playing 360 for the next few years still. ( This game series is easily the best exclusives 360 has over PS3 .... besides Halo and Gears of War )

It's also nice to see how many twists and changes have occurred with the characters and plot , even after just playing the sequel for a few hours. It's nice to see old faces and how they are doing , especially in relation to the decisions you made regarding them from the first game.

Anyway that's all for now. I have to get back to saving the Galaxy for a second time !!!! And this game being on two discs , I hope it to be a long adventure !!

It may only be the end of the first month of 2010 .... but I am still very confident this will probably end up being game of the year for 2010 for 360.
Give this game a chance as it's among the best of what 360 has to offer.
Fans of the first game this is a must buy , especially for the chance to continue your adventures of the old character you designed in your first game !!


Bayonetta (Xbox 360)
Bayonetta (Xbox 360)
Offered by DVDGAMING DIRECT
Price: £18.99

1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing Exciting Game ! Elegant gameplay ! Phenomenal Style and Grace !, 10 Jan. 2010
This review is from: Bayonetta (Xbox 360) (Video Game)
What a lovely start to the year 2010 !! This is simply put it one of the best action games I have played in a long time.

It seems much easier to get to grips with than similar Genre titles like Devil May Cry, God of War and Ninja Gaiden .... and much more pretty too graphics. Bayonetta does the genre proud making great use of current technology ... it's really amazing what's going how much is going on and how epic it all looks ( Even with minor slowdown ) . I am wondering how the console can keep up and not crash with the constant emerging graphics splendor gracing the screen.

The gameplay is as beautiful as the graphics you see. There is a huge emphasis on timing and evasion which rewards you making your enemies move in slow motion. Becoming a master of last second dodging is easier than it sounds ... even beginners of this kind of genres will be able to pull off some skill evades in no time and feel awesome doing it. but you still need skill to cope with the overall difficulty on normal ... although checkpoints and items still make normal mode possible for beginners/noobs too.
There are also lots of crazy over the top attacks and weapons to equip as you expect from this genre , aswell as great enemy designs and amazing boss battles.

But what really holds this game together and makes it stand out being particularly rememorable is it's unique and glamourously silly and over the top , sense of style. Not just graphically , audio it is a true delight too. The soundtrack is phenomenal , haven't seen nothing like it in a game so far and it does indeed suit this game.
From the opening scene of seeing the heroine fight the first batch of enemies to the theme of a jazzy peppy remixed version of Sonatra's classic " Fly me to the moon " you know you're onto a winner ! Trust me, it's much better than it sounds.

The whole games sense of presentation is top notch ... just introducing a new type of enemy is taken to epic proportions , to the presentation of angelic hymns and biblical illustraions ! Animated cinemetics are amazing too .... even though some cinematics are stills , they're still handled well enough they are still engaging to view and voice acting in general is great too.
The level of presentation even extends to the loading screens , which are normally the most boring part of a game ... but in this game , even loading screens are made enjoyable , because it allows you to practice combos/moves while you are waiting for the next section to load.

All in all this is just a great joy to play and watch and even listen .... the fighting is just very amazing, exciting and cinematic .... and gameplay is easy to learn and has depth of timing. I will have hours of much fun with this title.

This title is among the cream of the crop among over the top action titles and makes the term next-gen proud... it's a great amazing polished game that deserves the high praise games journalists have been giving it recently.

The only minor gripes I have with this game is the slight frame rate drops in certain action scenes , which is understandable with all the crazy epicness going on ...... and the appearance of screen tearing during some sections too ( although for some reason more present during the exploration scenes than the fight scenes themselves which is a huge blessing ) ... there are also a few quicktime events which is a kind of thing I tend to loathe .... but I think most were well handled in this game that they don't overwhelm the gameplay too much.

Overall on 360 the animation/gameplay runs rather smoothly , so it all moves gorgeous as it looks which is amazing in itself considering how much insane and detailed stuff happens ... not just considering character animation .... scenary too ..... the framerate drops on 360 are quite rare ( only when things are getting really hectic ) , but I hear the PS3 version doesn't run as well. So best experience for playing this game is on 360 I suppose as many critics have highlighted before the games full release.

Also another slight downer as expected is the camera can become troublesome in some sections , but that's to be expected from this genre. You do have controll of the camera, although in a fight your best bet is to auto target an enemy so the camera faces them ( Even if they were previously of screen ) ... turning the camera manually during a fight might be dangerous work with all the enemies about .... Although this game does generally handle the camera alot better than some of examples of this genre, but still not quite perfect, but good enough.

The director of the Devil May Cry series has given us something extra special and outdone himself . Dare I say this is DMC perfected ? I loved DMC4 ( See my review ) a couple of years back .... but Bayonetta improves on many aspects of it , although it very different from it.

Give this a chance if you love hack 'em up over-the-top action and I am sure you'll be pleased. In my opinion nothing short of a masterpiece among the action genre.


SF20: The Art of Street Fighter
SF20: The Art of Street Fighter
by Capcom
Edition: Paperback
Price: £35.99

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great book full of Official Artwork that fans of the series will enjoy, 1 Jan. 2010
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This book is over 300 pages ( most of which are full colour ) of the official artwork used in the Street Fighter games, as well as official Promotional and concept artworks too.

There are a great variation in styles and artwork throughout the book , but all capturing the spirit of the characters despite their differences.
Your favourite characters are bound to be represented in this book in some form or another , as this book covers most games the Street Fighters appear in.

Alongside some art pieces are thoughts of the artist themselves on their thoughts certain pieces of work and the characters, as well as self-critique.

I find the quality of the artwork throughout the book rather amazing itself.

There are also short Q & A interviews with each of the major artists of this book exploring their inspirations and interests , both concerning the art and the game series too.

All in all this is most likely to be the best compilation of Official Street Fighter artwork you can find in one book. So I greatly recommend it to dedicated Capcom/Street Fighter fans , who are into the artistic side of the game and appreciate good character designs

The only downer is that it is paperback which is pretty sad when you consider how heavy the book itself is.... the paper/card used for the outer cover is rather flimsy/ easy to damage. A protective sleeve would have been much appreciated or if they would release a hardback cover edition it would be perfect.


NINTENDO DS LITE RED CARRY CASE
NINTENDO DS LITE RED CARRY CASE

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Your DS lite should have a good quality case to call home, like this one, 31 Dec. 2009
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This is one of the better cases I have seen.

The outer case is made from a hard foam , which feels like it would absorb impact and protect the DS lite better than a hard plastic case.

It has dual rubber zippers for opening and closing.

Inside is softer fabric lining , with a strap on one side to hold your DS lite in place , so it doesn't fall out if you open it in a careless fashion.

There is also a page section in the middle , which can hold 3 games.

On the other side is some interior netting which you can store more acessories also. Although if you try put too many games in this case , it might not close. I think the interior netting might be more for stuff like spare styluses.

All in all I am very impressed with the quality of this product. It makes a nice home for my DS lite. The visual design is also very pleasing, from the bright coloured foam, to the logo on the rubber zippers and even the metallic logo on the front of the case. It's one of the prettier DS lite cases I have seen too.


Hori Officially Licensed DS White Card Case - 16 (Nintendo DS)
Hori Officially Licensed DS White Card Case - 16 (Nintendo DS)
Offered by ClicGames UK

5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent case for storing your DS games collection, 31 Dec. 2009
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This is an excellent , well designed case for storing up to 16 DS games.

Each game is held securely and are pretty easy to remove too. They are all layout pretty nice on two plastic pages , each side of the page holding 4 games ... making it 16 games in total. No space is wasted in the design.

This case makes transporting your games feel quite safe as the outer shell is made of a strong plastic. It's convenient size also means you can fit it in your pocket quite easily and doesn't take up much room elsewhere also.

Overall I am very pleased with the product , as it seems built/designed alot better overall than what I was expecting.


Tales of Vesperia (Xbox 360)
Tales of Vesperia (Xbox 360)
Offered by monaghan_prints
Price: £24.50

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best J-RPG I have played in the past few years., 19 Oct. 2009
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I am currently over 50 hours into this adventure and still having great fun !
I haven't played a J-RPG this good in ages and has quickly become a strong favourite of mine recently.

I love the full real time Battle scenes , this is one of the few J-RPGs that I've played that completely abandons the traditional turn based menu combat system that many non-RPG fans loathe.
It feels like you're playing a half hack and slash , half RPG in Combat.
There's tons of freedom , possibilities and customisation in the battle system, even though at first it feels like button mashing .. hours later as you learn more about the way things works, you'll realise a lot more thought is required than you first imagined.

Also if you love fighting games , you might like the way this RPG has turned out ,because I am a big fighting game fan too. Racking up combos, blocking and juggling all make it into this battle system !

The game itself is beautifully presented in a lovely and vibrant cel shaded world with very pleasing anime character designs.( Along with a decent soundtrack too )
The story itself is very well told , has complexities and twists , but I never did find myself lost in the detail.
I was able to follow and appreciate the depth and development behind it the plot , which is a hard balance to find.

The I found cast of characters themselves , very likeble and tend to grow on you especially since they had decent voice talent behind them. Which is a great relief , because some of the J-RPGs I played a while ago had some pretty weak character designs.
These characters , although some are kind of archetypes you may have seen before, gel together and play each other very well .... as shown in the numerous and humourous character conversation skits that are sprinkled throughout the story. ( Which is one of my favourite things about the game )As the hours went by I found myself really feeling for these characters.

The world itself is quite big and has lots of freedom .... which I was glad , because some RPGs I played recently were quite linear. The adventure is very long and enjoyable and feels rather epic the more you are drawn into after the half way mark.

In summary this game is beautiful and very different from most J-RPG series I've played and I recommend all J-RPG fans to try it out. Give it a few hours , I'm sure it will grow on you.
I'm 50 hours in and still having fun !!! This is probably one of my dream RPGs come true .... a beautiful anime-esque world with some wonderful characters and liberating real time combat !

Defintely worth picking up before the Big Final Fantasy 13 arrives next year.


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