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Resonance of Fate - Xbox 360
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- Battle system - Battle in fantastic cinematic action as your characters wield firearms in a Semi-real time gameplay system
- Invincible mode - Pull spectacular moves and precision attacks through this special mode designed to chain enemy attacks together
- Unique story - Built around a gigantic clock tower like machine, the story will delve deep into fate and the machinery that controls it
- Beautiful environments - Masterfully crafted environments pepper this title to illustrate the deep tapestry of this dystopian world
- Customization - Customize your characters and give them a unique look within the game and cutscenes
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Civilization on earth has long been forgotten with the previously lush world now a burned out remnant of its former self. Originally built as an experimental life support system, Basel is now the only place on Earth where mankind can sustain their lives. As their role their PMF (Private Military Firm) the group (Vashyron, Zephyr and Leanne) must seek out and complete quests for their clients leading them on a journey that will reveal the truth of Basel.
About the Developer
Experienced RPG development team, Tri-Ace, behind this entirely new vision of fate within a steam punk world. The Tri-Ace development team has had a hand in developing some of gaming’s most celebrated RPG franchises from Star Ocean to Valkyrie Profile. Sega and Tri-Ace now introduce Resonance of Fate, which adds a new spin to the genre with a new cinematic action gameplay system centred around gun play and a steam punk styled world.
Platform: Xbox 360
Top Customer Reviews
I'll never understand Sega's game release date logic. They often release some simply outstanding games (Skies of Arcadia, Valkyria Chronicles, Sonic Adventure, NiGHTS on Sega Saturn, Shining Force, and now this), but when they release them, it's amidst larger, more notable games, and as a result the Sega games get kicked to the curb. In particular they did that with Valkyria Chronicles - it was released, surrounded by two of the largest games at the time, Call of Duty: World at War and Gears of War 2. It never stood a chance. Nevermind the fact that Sega never even bothered to advertise Valkyria Chronicles in GameStop or Amazon or any other game store. I only knew about it because I specifically target RPGs. We've got people who are just now playing the game, realizing that they skipped over a classic.
Resonance of Fate is/will be such a game too.
Overshadowed by the hype that is Final Fantasy XIII and God of War 3, I fear that this one will go under the radar and not get played for two years like its brother. If you're reading this review, hopefully you're at least curious, or maybe you just weren't impressed by Final Fantasy XIII. I suppose it's possible you already beat that game and moved on. In either case, this review is going to be a bit difficult to follow, because I have to exert extra effort into how to express what I think about this game. Not bad, just...different.
RoF takes place in the distant future, where humanity has so destroyed the world that the majority of the population is gone and dead. Before their end they created a large machine, called Basel, that is designed to purify and replenish the earth.Read more ›
-Great customization of the weapons
-Unique world with original enemies. I fought a little gremlin with a tire on his head. I fought a mafia boss. i even used exploding enemies against themselves as i shot the gas tanks on their back, instantly knocking out the enemies in the proximity.
-The Arena is a great place to level up, practice, or make money. I wish this was in all rpg's.
-You never stop changing tactics. No one way is the best way in every situation so you are constantly on your toes learning to most efficient way to defeat enemies. I get bored of games that use the same (buff my team, debuff the enemy, kill the little guys, then kill the big guy) Resonance of Fate keeps your team on the move with different obstacles to use toward your advantage. Barriers to stop bullets, ramps to use to get the high ground, and even barrels to lure your enemies into a little firey surprise!
The only thing about this game that is bad is the lack of advertisement Sega has given it. This game deserves much more respect than it gets.
GET THIS GAME!
Graphics - 5 stars
Character Design - 4 stars
Ease of Use - 3.5 stars
Battle System - 4 stars
Story - 5 stars
Enjoyment Factor - 5 stars
I don't have a very big game budget, so I have to choose my titles with care. After doing a bunch of research and reading all the reviews, I decided to try Resonance of Fate.
-The graphics are lovely. Ebel City is a wonderfully layered steampunk setting, its small size offset by its detail. At first it was almost overwhelmingly busy, but as I got used to each layer of detail, there was still one more and one more after that to see. Beautiful. The world map is totally functional in design, but it suits the mood of the game.
-I didn't like the choice to make all of the playable characters blond, particularly since two of them are shown in the beginning cutscenes with dark hair. For one of them, this makes sense, since he's "in hiding" and supposed to be dead. I don't understand the rationale, but it's still workable. All in all, the characters are attractive, distinctive, and have believable personalities that interact well.
-I bought this game with the strategy guide, because I like to have backup if I can't figure something out on my own. The negative reviews definitely are not true; there are 16 total tutorials offered in the arena area, and I highly recommend doing each until you understand it. They are repeatable, and for my first few game sessions I repeated at least one tutorial (mostly tri-attack) for review before moving out into the world map. Even with all this, there will be times when you get whipped and have no idea how it happened. Just keep trying!
-The battle system is easy to get the hang of, but very hard to master.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this game for my boyfriend. He really likes it, but says it's a really hard game.Published 1 month ago by Sorachu
A great, unusual, and highly underrated JRPG. If you're a fun of customization, unique, challenging combat, and a cool environment I would highly recommend this game.Published 2 months ago by Neev
I actually received PopCap Arcade Disk 2 instead. That game sucks.Published 3 months ago by Zachary B.
It pretty interesting with its world's setting and the game play is fun, although leveling up does become repetitive at times.Published 4 months ago by patrick murphy
One of my favorite JRPG's! It doesn't play like a usual one, though, which is good! It's a nice & fresh change from the basic JRPG style. Wish more people knew about it.Published 5 months ago by Mihael
Combat system is fun. Characters and graphics are very well done. Achievements however will take a while to get since its a very long game.Published 11 months ago by Chris Ulm
It's a fun a game. Definitely not going to be for everyone. The battle system is unique which I like quite a bit. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dalton Mills