Hello everyone, I just wanted to post an update on a few games that I’ll be reviewing. I plan on having my review for Tales of Graces F out before the end of April, I’ve been working my way through that game, and it’s been great so far. I’ve completed the main story in Tales of Graces F and I’m currently working on the future arc. I put in 48 hours into Graces F so far, and the only complaints I have against it so far are the puzzles! Seriously, Tales of Graces F loves throwing puzzles at the player constantly, and it quickly gets annoying, it also doesn’t help that these puzzles are badly designed and the level designs are the worst that I have ever seen, it feels like the level designers wanted to purposely annoy people. The other minor complaint is the straightforward story, once you pick the game up and play it for a few hours you’ll probably be able to figure out where the story is going. The thing I’ve been enjoying the most about the game is hands down the amazing combat engine, which i will touch more on when I review the game, but it’s the most fun I’ve ever had in an action RPG.
Another game I’ve been playing a lot of is Tales of Vesperia. I currently have 30 hours played in Vesperia and I honestly think that out of all the Tale games I’ve played so far that it has the best story. While I’m enjoying the story, the games biggest downfall at least for me is the combat system, it just feels lackluster when compared to games like Tales of Xillia or Tales of Graces F. I plan on going in-depth on the combat in Vesperia when I review it in May, but as of right now I can honestly say that its worth a purchase, also if you prefer purchasing games via digital downloads, you’ll be happy to know that the game is only 15 dollars! For that price its worth getting for any JRPG fan out there, I can’t recommend it enough.