Star Ocean: The Divine Force
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STAR OCEAN THE DIVINE FORCE Mission Report #5: Story Overview, Boss Battles and Battle Tips
STAR OCEAN THE DIVINE FORCE Character Introduction Trailer: J.J.
STAR OCEAN THE DIVINE FORCE Character Introduction Trailer: Theo
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Critic Reviews for Star Ocean: The Divine Force
D.U.M.A. incorporates fun ideas when it comes to exploring and fighting, but beyond that Star Ocean: The Divine Force is an ordinary and grinding JRPG. And that's okay, because sometimes these games that are just good are just as fun as any AAA. Sometimes even more.
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Star Ocean: The Divine Force isn't the best JRPG of the year, but it's still full of heart, charm, and an unforgettable adventure. The game might have some lifeless character models and slightly janky AI, but the script brings those characters to life, and the AI is easy to ignore when the rest of the gameplay experience is so refreshing. This is the kind of fresh and fun Star Ocean sequel that long-time fans have deserved.
Star Ocean: The Divine Force is like a comfortable pair of JRPG slippers. If you're in the mood for a Japanese role playing game and you've played all of the good ones then you can rest assured that this one is fine. It's okay. It's comfort food. You know that feeling when you just wish Netflix would make another season of Mindhunter and so you end up watching Criminal Minds? That. Only in space.