Mixed or average reviews - based on 15 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 15
  2. Negative: 2 out of 15
  1. It's games like these and "Persona 3"--and not hyper-bugeted blockbusters like "Final Fantasy"--that give me hope for the future of the genre. [Sept 2007, p.75]
  2. 87
    Due to the unique events that take place in this volume, as well as the great post-endgame quests, I do consider Vol.3 the best in the series, though I also enjoyed Vol.2 a great deal.
User Score

Generally favorable reviews- based on 10 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 2
  3. Negative: 0 out of 2
  1. Jun 7, 2012
    well, it's a pretty interesting story line as indeed, as for me. So basically, the story is about a gamer in the future world, where peoples play game with simulation device (pretty much), in a Realistic "World".. the character at first is bored with the game know as the "World", but soon find friends and play it together. the main event came when a virus (Aida) spread through on the main server, and crashing the systems.. then it turned out to makes the main character Lost his Precious friend, unconscious from the effect of the game crash..
    If you played the game from the first series trilogy, then it would be a great time of fun to play the whole game.. i don't recommend that you buy the game without the first and second series. i Put a 9 because it have good gameplay, and storyline, but if only they have Solid multiplayer mode, as an MMORPG i believe they could score way above... they had he potential, but just didn't use it well.
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  2. Angelbane
    Sep 25, 2007
    I'm too tired to write a full review on this game right now, but in a nutshell a great sequel to a great story. I'm glad I bought the trilogy. It was well worth my time and money. I loved the game and the job classes you ge throughout the trilogy are awesome. I would like to say if you like RPG's especially MMORPG's buy the trilogy. You won't be disappointed. Full Review »