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Suikoden Tierkreis by Konami




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Suikoden Tierkreis is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12.
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  • Platform: Nintendo DS
  • Publisher: Konami
  • Developer: Konami
  • Category: Role-Playing

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This all new, epic RPG in the long running Suikoden series incorporates many innovative features to the handheld RPG genre. An active online community experience is encouraged by allowing players to send their characters on quests that other members of the Suikoden: Tierkreis community will complete for them via Nintendo WiFi Connection. As your character travels around the community and completes quests he will eventually return to your party with new abilities and treasures. This provides a new way to level up characters your characters which helps create a sense of community and provides a new way to experience RPGs on handhelds. As players progress through the story, many exotic locations and cultures will be discovered across the game's universe of parallel worlds. With its grand adventure and larger than life scale, the story is told through rich animation sequences and gripping dialogue with voice over, which will pull the player even deeper into the world of Suikoden: Tierkreis.
  • Suikoden: Tierkreis is the first handheld Suikoden game and exclusive to the Nintendo DS
  • Suikoden: Tierkreis returns with its established gameplay system but also offers an all-new online element that offers an a rich online community experience using Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection
  • Featuring a new storyline and new variety of characters, Suikoden: Tierkreis will expand the bounds of the handheld RPG experience in a game that will take you to many cities and across parallel worlds
  • Suikoden: Tierkreis features many cinematic events that will drive the grand storyline of the 108 Stars of Destiny as they battle to thwart the powerful One King
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awsome DS Game It's great as a DS game I hope they put the Suikoden seires to DS! An awsome game that I couldn't put it down! truely a great game.
Date published: 2011-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Suikoden Modernized Fans to the Suikoden Storyline will enjoy this DS installment. Plot, as with all the prior games remains the same. You collect 108 Satrs of Destiny in order to fight the wickeds of the world. Magic is slightly different however, as each "Book" which contains a Rune instead is given to everyone within the Castle, blessing them with a distinctive Magically power. Magic itself remains still an enhancement to meleec ombat, as with the Suikoden tradition. Along with collecting all 108 Stars, there is enough fun activities in teh game to keep you quite entertained. I love the Suikoden Series, from Suikoden II (Top 3 fave games ever), all the way to present, so this was an enjoyable taste of what I hope is more in the series to come.
Date published: 2011-07-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Different, but still good to the Suikoden name If you're a fan of the Suikoden series, you'll be quite happy that a Suikoden series finally came out after so long, however not all aspects of the game reflects the previous Suikoden classics. The 108 Stars of Destiny are still in the game, however the most crucial part is missing...yes, the TRUE RUNES. Unless you view the Chronicles as True Runes, but even that does not make sense. The sound qualitity is kind of bad, it has a hazy static sound to it, Konami should've done a better job with the quality. In most Suikoden series you can put up to 6 characters in a battle party (excluding 4), in this you can only put up to 4 at a time. As in previous games, different combinations of character can and will produce different combos, experimenting is the fun of it, the same is true for Teirkeis. If you hoping to see previous Suikoden characters, you won't find them-Jeanne and Vikki will not be there, it's pretty much a spin off. The storyline itself is worth all the difference in the game. Suikoden is often know for the great storyline, or at least to me it is. Teirkeis follows your Hero as he and his friends as they encounter their first chronicle (a book) in a ruin that magically appear in their world. They eventually will band with others to fight the One True Order to stop their evil schemes as parts of their world begins to change and others merge with their theirs. And just who is the One True King? What are the Chronicles? The powers they hold? We'll that's for you to find out.
Date published: 2011-07-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Think Outside the Box! This Suikoden installment may not have the customization features of other adventure games, or even of the other Suikoden installments, but its an adventure for the ages. With a flawless, pristine soundtrack, a gripping storyline and endearing characters, this game is not merely a game but an adventure. In comparison to the more popular Final Fantasy series, Tierkreis doesn't feature battles that are intolerably difficult to sludge through. They are random, but after bonding with the characters, the random battles are a delight. Especially when you realize you have to put all of your characters on a level playing field, or else suffer the consequences! In addition to the comparison against Final Fantasy, Tierkreis doesn't feel drawn out over an endless map. Every location you visit has a purpose. Every character you come into contact has a purpose. One note about a character's voice actor. At first it may seem strange; almost striking. But once the game draws on, you become accustomed to that particular character's voice, as it suits his personality. Truth be told, he has the best voice actor of the game! I'm not a Final Fantasy nut, and I'm always on the lookout for new, different games of the adventure genre. If you aren't obsessed with the Final Fantasy series, and if you're in need of something fresh, Tierkreis will be right up your alley. It's a sight to behold on the Nintendo DS!
Date published: 2010-03-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just rent and see! o.k let me get down to da niddy griddy it had all the qulities to expect in these they of rpg games they had tragedy, love, action, rivialry and suffering. yeah i enjoyed the storyline but the it kinda gets on your nerves. ok they had some secenes where the characters would talk which kinda caught me off gaurd then they had scences where they did not which personally made me mad if they could talk part of the time why not all the times you know what im sayin. it a simple fun game to help pass the time. a game where you could jump in and not no a single thing about the game or series and play and pick up on whats going on. i was not lost through out the story and liked it i was skeptical because i thought it would be like some other game i played (name left unsaid) but it truned out to be acctually fun. but it you want to know what t s like just rent it or buy it and see. the music was fair to listen to so yeah i enjoyed it.
Date published: 2010-01-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from An okay game ! to be honest, I've been a bit disappointed by this game. The Suikoden game suite on PS2 offered more flexibility and more character's customization than this one. I'm still playing this game, but the story is very linear and the only possible character customization is by choosing the weapons/armors/powers. This might not seems so bad, but in fact it doesn't offer a great deal of choices.The story by itself is interesting. The graphics are okay but not outstanding. The interface is easy to learn.The big drawback is the level of challenge, which isn't great. It's more like an adventure on which you click on the buttons to advance gradually...Overall, nothing in this game has been surprising thus far. I've play it for about 4 hours, in small periods, without much hope to see it become better...
Date published: 2009-07-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game I haven't played any of the other Suikoden games in the series, so I wouldn't know, but this game is great. When I first saw the cover, I thought it was going to be good, but after watching the trailer, I lost all my doubts about this game. The graphics are beautiful; the anime cut scenes were a nice addition to the game. I liked how you could do combo attacks with your team members and had support characters. They had nice background music to match what was happening in the storyline. The voice acting was decent (though sometimes they spoke so fast like they were in a rush) and I didn't mind having them narrate the story occasionally. I've tried many RPGs and didn't get very far in most of them, mostly because of loss of interest or that I got stuck. But this is one of the first games that got me hooked, after Pokemon.
Date published: 2009-05-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from You can't be serious, can you? Well, the first thing that I would like to point out that this is a good game, it is not a great game, but it is a good one. Though I may not recommend it to a die hard fan of the series, or a die hard RPG fan, I would probably recommend it to someone who is starting out with RPG's as a way to get into them a bit more. Being a die hard Suikoden fan, I have to say I couldn't help being a bit disappointed in this game, it did not have the feel that a Suikoden game should have, though the music set most of the feel, the story line hacked the rest of the feel off. The controls of the game were pretty good, I had a few issues sometimes but not all the time, the character's are alright, not the main girl or the main hero, but the side characters and the others you meet in the beginning are pretty awesome. If you are just looking for something to pass the time and aren't that much of a fan of the series, I would tell you this is the game for you, but if you are a fan of the series, please, don't think this game is anything like the series, it's completely trying to separate itself from the main story lines and go out on it's own, to another die hard fan of the series, you probably won't like this game. As for the voice acting in the game. Terrible! Just terrible, the characters always sounded either too cocky, they would talk so fast you'd think they all had ADHD and it sounded like they were talking into a can. I'm sorry, but I do not think that a game, let alone an RPG on the DS should have full on voice acting, a word here and there, is fine, but not like this. This game could be a LOT better if a lot was changed. The character sprites (though I know they are not sprites, it's easier that way for me to describe it) reminded me too much of Final Fantasy DS remakes, which is not good since this game is made by Konami and not Square.
Date published: 2009-05-21
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