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I liked how fast paced the battle system was for this game, but they sacrificed the combo attacks and other fun elements from the previous games to do that. I felt the graphics were dumbed down, and the cutscenes were shorter, which was also a unique thing about the other two games. There's barely any sidequests in this game. There was just alot of things that didn't fell right, I enjoyed it for the most part, but overall it felt rushed and totally gimped. ----------Battle System---------- Xeno...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Adam sessler, say what you will. Xenosaga's culmination was slow coming, and with good reason. everything we needed to see, everything to clean up the entirety of the majestic storyline had to be worked out. and dabnabbit namco nailed it. i was terrified this was going to blow. i could not be more relieved.how good is it? any rpg'er will tell you a game that makes them forget to eat and sleep is a game worth losing yourself in. i went a week with a ttl of 6 hrs of sleep? sumthin like that. and i...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Xenosaga Episode III: Also sprach Zarathustra is the third and final episode in Monolith’s epic Xenosaga series. If this sounds strange to you, you’re right. Xenosaga was originally slated to be six episodes long. However, due to the overwhelmingly poor sales and response to Episode II, Namco, Monolith’s publisher, pulled the plug on the project. The end result is Xenosaga has been cut short, and its developers have crammed everything they had finished for the later episodes into Episode III in ...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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