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now that its finally out in english, i wish i could play it already! the last game i remember which did the same thing was star ocean 4, a game released on the playstation, and it was one of my favorite games of all time. i could spend hours playing the amazing combat system, even if the plot is somewhat lacking.
i saw it was finally released, and i was so excited! but then i read the title and saw it was a “gaiden” game, which is japanese for “side story”. this was a shame, because they said in the game’s trailer that “the last hope” is actually “the beginning of hope”, but then when i went to play it, i found out they were only referring to the side story. i was so disappointed to find that out! i really wanted to play the game!
i was really disappointed when i saw the new star ocean trailer. they showed a great trailer for a game that will be released in november, and it was announced as a “gaiden” (side story), which is japanese for “side story”. a huge shame, because they said it was “the beginning of hope” in the game’s trailer and i was really hoping to play it!
i was really disappointed when i saw the new star ocean trailer. they showed a great trailer for a game that will be released in november, and it was announced as a “gaiden” (side story), which is japanese for “side story”.
also, despite its frequent esrb-rating, i believe star ocean is a bit too much for anyone under the age of 15. the sex scenes are fairly tame, but not without their problems, and some of the language is a bit too much for younger audiences. i’ve seen some of the lesser-used dialogue censored in the english pc version, so it’s probably safe to assume they’re not going to air it on the xbla version. even the most minimal of censorship is enough to make me wary of watching the game in a family setting.
star ocean also has one of the most annoying and most frustrating interface conventions i’ve encountered. whenever the player goes to look at a character’s stats, the character’s head turns to the left, and the stats pop up. when the player uses an item, the character’s head turns to the right, and the item menu pops up. the problem is that every character has a different way of displaying their stats, and no two players will have the same experience. this is one of the reasons i never go to the character menu. most of the time, i just pop in the game from the main menu and forget about the characters until i need them. that’s fine in a game like final fantasy xii, but a game like star ocean with so many characters to choose from requires a lot of time spent clicking. star ocean 5: the waking life is much better than its predecessor, but it still has a long way to go before it’s a good game. as such, i can’t recommend it as a purchase. however, it’s worth a rental for the breathtaking sex scenes alone. i’m not sure why, but star ocean 6: the last hope has a much more impressive character roster than star ocean 4. all of the characters have a unique in-game voice clip, and all but one of them can be customized by the player. unfortunately, the customization options are limited, and it’s not worth the time to go into the character creator and create each character. some of the characters are also fun to play as, but i’d prefer a character with a custom voice clip instead of a cookie-cutter one. star ocean 6 is also a very short game. the main story is only about five or six hours long, and the ending is pretty abrupt. i would have liked to have at least some more characters to play as and be able to go through the dungeons and explore a bit more, but as it stands, i can’t recommend star ocean 6. 5ec8ef588b