Game Vortex writes: "For RPG fans, especially the particular sub-genre of J-RPGs, the offerings on the Xbox 360 have been feast or famine. Early on, many complained that, although there were good titles available in Japan, many of them were not making their way across the Pacific Ocean to the eager gamers in America. Then, seemingly overnight, a sudden bloom occurred. Where there had been a decided lack of games, there now appeared games such as Lost Odyssey, Blue Dragon, Eternal Sonata, Tales of Vesperia, Enchanted Arms, The Last Remnant, and Star Ocean: The Last Hope. Now, Namco/Bandai Games, publishers of two of the previously mentioned games, enters another title into the fray with Magna Carta II."