A vast and rich world with a too-thin story and enough bugs to ruin any immersion.
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A worthwhile addition to the Ys series that's enjoyable to veterans and newcomers alike.
A fun game with surprising depth to its strategy elements. However, the heavy focus on fan service may leave players feeling more than a little uncomfortable.
Lack of any real innovation makes this game a bit too mundane for all but the most hardcore JRPG fan.
Fun to begin with, but burns out far too quickly due to a lack of innovation.
Faster, smoother, and bursting at the seams with content, Berseria delivers a much needed kick to the series.
Highly polished and visually stunning, Three can't come fast enough...
While the gameplay is fun the whole experience is overly repetitive. Add in a confusing setting and a complete tonal shift from the anime and you get a game that does not live up to expectations.
A great introduction to newcomers and a nostalgic trip for veterans, World of Final Fantasy is a beautiful game, whose hilarious characters and deep story more than make up for short and sometimes sloppy world design.
Fun for newcomers to the franchise and old fans alike.
Fun gameplay that still holds up today, even if the graphics don't.
One man's labour of love that pays homage to the greats of the past with only a few teething errors.
Feels like it wanted to be a genre epic but had to settle for merely 'alright�.
This game tries to hitch a ride on the nostalgia train without paying the due fees first. For hardcore Star Ocean fans only.
A promising premise but falls short of its full potential by overreaching itself.