Summary: To be honest, I'm quite new to reviewing games myself and the only game I have ever reviewed in a forum has been lost to the archives of the Internet. Anyhow, thought I have not played through the entire game, I have watched the entire walkthrough of Trails in the Sky. So here goes: One of the major perks of Trails in the Sky, for those who are willing to set aside "too many words or too much text" as their main deterrent is that Trails setting is very vivid, similar to...
This game has solid game play, great characters and an interesting story that gives the events meaning and clarity.
Digital Tiger, Amazon
2 January 2012
Summary: Pros: * The combat system is solid and simple. * Characters are interesting, fun and vibrant. * The story is interesting and brings meaning to the events. * The game world is filled with lots of detail and fun NPC's. * Magic system is customizable. * Battle retry system that lets you decide if you want the monsters to get weaker if you run into a hard spot. This reduces the need to grind for levels and spoil the game pace.
Summary: For some reason I couldn't put this game down. The game had a classic feel to it, but the plot and characters didn't feel "classic" at all. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this game. I was a little disappointed in the whole non-biological brother and sister falling in love thing (and I really dislike romance in most games), but in this one I actually didn't mind so much.
Summary: This game provides a fun old school RPG experience for players who enjoyed the sprite based action and light hearted take of some of the older generation RPGs. The battles range from challenging to mundane but the experience system prevents you from grinding so as long as you fight a few battles you'll generally be where you need to be. Its a talkative game so be prepared for a lot of reading, the inter party banter gives the game life.
Summary: Trails in the Sky brings a lot of great qualities to the table. It's got nice graphics, an interesting storyline and a great battle system. It provides quite a few options when it comes to customizing your characters and it also provides some nice side events such as quests and recipe collection. I'm having an absolute blast with the game and hope that others will pick it up as well.
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