This is an example of a sequel that improves upon its predecessor in almost every possible way.
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It's still one for the fans, but this may be the best adaptation of the license yet.
This transition from 2D to 3D feels clunky and uninspired, but it still has a few bright spots.
Tokyo RPG Factory plays it safe in this follow-up to I Am Setsuna, which isn't necessarily a bad thing.
If you're willing to put up with a few gameplay flaws, uneven game balancing, and an unsightly user interface, this is one RPG that belongs in your collection.
Its bleak story and strong ambiance will do a number on your emotions in this nerve-wracking adventure.
A huge graphical overhaul and a nice script helps the series keep its charm, but it doesn't solve some of the inherent issues therein.
Complemented by a strong sense of style in its gorgeous presentation, this is one of the stronger titles in Gust's library.
A gratifying love letter to fans that appeals mostly to those who also enjoy the Dynasty Warriors series.
A cool art aesthetic and interesting mechanics can't help this game from feeling like a letdown.