This RPG is so cluttered with homages to classics that it fails to create an identity of its own.
Maybe worth it at 1/2 of the price they are trying to charge for this, £38 lol.
Can't believe they screwed this up. Apparently Japan can't make old school JRPG's anymore. Sad really
Really? Have you seen Dragon Quest XI ?
The game is worth 15 or 20 dollars.
Damn...and I was really looking forward to this one. Very disappointing. Oh well, MHW here I come.
Octopath Traveler looks fantastic. Keep your eye on that. Ni No Kuni 2 as well.
So you're not going to play just because IGN gave it an average score ? make your own mind up on game, don't let others do it for you.
To be fair a few mixed reviews can make me have doubts about buying a game that I consider to currently be overpriced. I think I'm going to buy this in a week or two but its possible i may not now.
@Sega With gaming already as expensive as it is, I gotta be more careful in selecting what game I could buy, especially since this month has so many great ones including Subnautica, DFZ, and MHW. I couldn’t afford all at once, so priority, you know. But you’re right. I will keep this one in my radar once I clear up some other games.
This game is on PC and every console except Xbox?
Seems that way
Gonna wait for it to be on sale.
I'll wait for when it's on sale. I like these style of games but the current price is a tad silly.
Tokyo RPG Factory can be summed up very easily: Nostalgia-bait. It's insulting.
And this is full price on the SE website if you want the store exclusive physical edition, so it's even more insulting
Honestly I wasn't too hyped for this after playing Setsuna, for some reason It just didn't grab me. I regret having payed $40 on it for the switch launch. I saw this game was a $60 dollar game and I knew it was definitely not worth spending that much on it, Way overpriced. Tried the demo and I decided to wait and see on reviews. So far I'm feeling I was right on my choice.
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