Project X Zone
So far its awsome
Not that far in but I'm not disappointed. You must get this game. I not sure what else to say. The game play well not disappointed you and the story is great so far. You meet characters from games you never herd of then you go to play that game and you like it. Got it on day of release and I love the stuff it comes with.
old dante !!!!!!!!!
old dante in a sprite form !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YES and soooooooooooooooo much more I cant wait totally getting the collectors edition :3
Finally heading to North Amarica
Project X Zone is a epic cross over tactical JRPG for the 3DS. This game features characters from different Sega, Namco and Capcom game franchises. It looks like it has a lot of strange in the combat as well as some flashy animations. I am interested to see what the story is like how did all them characters meet up. It should also have lot's of fan serves and Easter Eggs to nerd out about. I really hope it has some exploring in it as I would love to walk around and interact with stuff in this interesting game. I am excited for this game and thank you Namco Bandai for bringing this over to North America. :):):)
This game is a must buy for those that enjoy SRPGs
I own the Japanese version of this game and I loved it. So many characters and unlikely team ups of solo and pair units that you may not think possible. From the classic Ryu and Ken of Street Fighter with anime characters like Neneko from Yumeria. Or Yuri and Estelle from Tales of Vesperia with people like Imaca from the never released outside of Japan Valkyria Chronicles 3. Hopefully people don't see this as a fighting game because it really isn't. You can't just mash the A button in hopes of doing big damage, you'll actually nerf your total damage output. New(er) faces and series favorites alike come together in this wonderful game for the Nintendo 3DS. So be sure to pre-order otherwise you might not get a copy!
This Game IS Great!
Project X Zone is a great game to pick up on. If you love strategy games and rpgs, this is ideal for you. Though you might not know many of the characters, since most of these show up from Japanese exclusive games, there will be the ones you recognize right away, such as Ryu and Frank West. When I first saw that this game was coming to America, I immediately put in a pre order. Once I began to play, I loved it. At first I wasn't sure if i was going to enjoy it, but it ended up keeping me hooked for hours and being on my 3ds all day (since i have both animal crossing and this at the same time) I would recommend this game to anyone who likes gaming, this one sucks you in and is fun to play. The Graphics on this game impressed me. I was enjoyed the 3D effect of the depth that you could see. The music was amazing as well. I always put my head phones in for this one so i could hear the music even better. This IS a great game!
I've been playing it since yesterday and I am loving it so far....It is one game I have been waiting for...Soo let's go onto the review:
Story: From what I am gathering, each game series' villains are teaming up. Reason? Not Sure...But whatever it is you must stop it...So all of the heroes are teaming up against them.
Gameplay: The gameplay is a tie between Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier and Record of Agarest War. You set the character you are in control of against an enemy and go into a Super Robot Taisen battle system. You fight until you beat all of the enemies.
Graphics: The graphics are nice for a 3DS game. The environment is in 3D while the characters are pixelated. But when they are talking or a split second cut scene comes on it looks very well drawn.
Music: The music is similar to Super Robot Taisen. A GBA rock style tune.
Overall Opinion: If you love SJRPGs, if you love Mega Man, Street Fighter, or Super Robot Taisen then this game is for you.
the lord hath answered my prayers!
i have been wanting this to come out since i saw the FIRST trailer! and now its being localized!!!! omg i cant even express how i feel right now!!!!
First things first: This is one heck of a game! Many people (including myself) may not recognize many characters as like other reviews said, they're from some Japan only games. The game features Japanese vocals but everything else is in English. Anyways, this game will keep you entrapped the entire time! It's very similar to Fire Emblem: Awakening in the tactical area, but very actiony when you come across an enemy. But if you're a fan of Street Fighter, Mega Man, Darkstalkers, Shining Force EXA, Super Robot: Endless Frontier, Tekken, and much more! I highly recommend it for anyone to try out!
Crossovers can be crash and burn at times - and, luckily, Project X Zone wasn't. The story is very long, and the diversity of characters from different series makes for a fun challenge. If you don't like beat em' ups, then, you'll probably hate this game, because for a majority of the game, you'll be, as it says above, beating people up. This game may get pretty repetitive at times, but nonetheless, I enjoy it. I've played it for hours on end. The voice acting is very good, and the customization you have with your units is very dimensional. The story can be confusing and sometimes flat, with all the different timelines going around, but overall, I'd easily recommend this game. Worth the play.
Good at first but extremely boring over time.
when i first play the game, its fun seeing the characters interact and the gameplay is fun and it introduces you to a new form of play, but after the first couple of levels the game gets extremely repetitive in everything it dose. from the way it drip feed you new characters, to the way the levels are played out. let me explain. the levels all go by this formula. players enter the level ,they talk, see bad guys, fight them, more bad guys with boss shows up, fight them too, end of level. and the game dose that over and over again. it tries to make the game difficult by throwing more bad guys at you but that becomes nullified by how much health items it throws at you. oh and the skills and items are kinda redundant too. in the end i would not recommend this to a hardcore gamer, maybe to some one who barley uses their 3ds.