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Submitted by BIoodmask 2585d ago | review

NGamer: Soma Bringer Review

There are more story and side missions than FFCC, although the density of Japanese text means NGamer can't tell you exactly how many. So it's not a great import, and NGamer would say FFCC's accessibility makes Square Enix's game more satisfying to play, but they should definitely work to bring Soma worldwide.

You'll love:
- Plenty of complexity
- Deep character customization
- Custom controls

You'll hate:
- No touch screen use
- Timing attacks are wonky
- Menus crammed in tightly (Nintendo DS, Soma Bringer) 7/10

PS360WII  +   2585d ago
Sounds good hard to turn down an RPG. To bad no touch screen is used :(

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