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Great review score
I've actually been enjoying this game lately. Dunno what the other sites were going on about. Great score
Yeah well that's why i like the smaller sites and Playstation Insider...those sites actually PLAY the games they review. No bribery or trickery involved. Plus most don't get paid to do it. Pure fans. Great score
like they say, can't spell IGNorant without IGN.
Ive been playing WKC for quite the while now, i just love the GeoNet and GeoRama. :] It's lots of fun playing online, it kinda reminds me of Monster Hunter.
Most reviewers probably didn't like the boring story, awful dialogue, lifeless characters, slow & easy combat, etc.
I needa pick this up. Probably after Heavy Rain...damn then there is God of War 3...damn you Sony!!!
I'd do GOW3, Heavy Rain, THEN WKC.
doubt this will attack the Final Fantasy 13 hype, but it's also good to see an RPG game that isn't from Square Enix on pretty much ANY system.
haha ya know
i think it was fair. the game has its pros and cons, but is certainly a worthwhile purchase.
I love yulie in the game.
WKC is a AAA quality style JRPG in my eyes.. ive only ben gaming RPG status since FF7 but i def know a thing or two about TRUE JRPG style greatness,and WKC combines both the modern day RPG spices with the JRPG elements. i HIGHLY recommend it to ANY JRPG fan and recommend it to any RPG fan (or WRPG as well). its worth your time believe me. and the STORY is great so far ( i havnt finished it yet). ONLY thing i would kinda complain about that i would DEFINENTLY want fixed by WKC2 is the battle system timing between each turn.. :) other then that,def worthy of my time with it. ONLINE IS FLAWLESS BTW!
Im loving it , im not an rpg expert by any means but i have played my rpgs , im really liking the story , online is fun and great
i'm actually more into this game than i was into dragon age.....
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