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Mixed or average reviews- based on 24 Ratings

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  1. Positive: 17 out of 24
  2. Negative: 4 out of 24

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  1. May 19, 2012
    If you like the tv series, you can enjoy this game. The battles are a little repetitive and the graphics are not the best in this generation, but you can revive the epic battles in the sanctuary!.
  2. May 5, 2012
    First of all, such a game must be reviewed by fans of the Saint Seiya series (which is, by the way, the best anime of all time).

    Let's review each aspect of the game separately, shall we? Graphics: One of the weakest points of the game. The graphics are reminiscent of the PS2 era. And we know that the PS3 is capable of much better graphics than the ones implemented. The game should have
    graphics close to the ones implemented in Valkyria chronicles and Naruto. I know that the game was made on low budget...But still...The current graphics does no justice to an anime of this caliber.

    Story: The Sanctuary Arc story of Saint Seiya in the game is, simply put... Butchered. The story as told in the original anime or manga is epic and unique.
    But the game ruins it with cheesy lines and unexplained plot holes. The voice acting is awful too.And the European version should have been dubbed not subbed...But again, budget limitations.

    Gameplay: The combat system is somehow decent. Fast paced, responsive, and varied among characters. Unfortunately, the minions fights between bosses is boring and repetitive.

    Other: - The lack of local and online multiplayer is unforgivable.
    - Insulting overpriced locked content on disc.
    - Again, does no justice to the series.
    - The anime's beautiful music is completely absent in the game.

    Bottom line: the Saint Seiya theme and story provide the potential to be the greatest game on PS3. Unfortunately, the game is poorly executed. Still, I advise hardcore fans of the anime to buy the game full price as I did only to encourage other developers to hopefully realize its full potential in the future.

    Saint Seiya...We still Believe...And we still Hope.
  3. Jun 16, 2012
    So I bought the game because of nostalgia, this was a cartoon I used to watch every saturday when I was on elementary school and it is the kind of was I was dreaming of back in the day. Im going to start with the good stuff, the characters are well rendered and their power attacks and movements while executing them are awesome... That put a big smile on my face also you can really feel the difference every time you change characters. The sanctuary along with the "battle fields" feel empty and lifeless, the battles are the same literally over and over, and the boss battles are boring and long.

    in the sound department... hmm it sucks, poor voice acting annoying laughs, annoying music and worst of all annoying language ( you won't have the tame nor you will be able to read every conversation during battles there for won't understand **** of what anyone is talking about.

    This game is for those of us who love the series and already know what happened in the saga. So if you don't know what this is about don't waste your money because you will hate the game.
  4. Mar 19, 2012
    Not a very good game but not a bad game at all ! The gameplay is dynamic and (almost) respects the original story... Graphics are not bad but it could be better, PS3 is able to do a lot better. The game misses a versus mode, and the DLCs are too expensive. That's a game for fans only...
  5. Sep 14, 2014
    Nao é um jogo excelente, mas se for fã da serie irá agradar bastanta poder percorrer todas as casas da mais emblematica saga dos cavaleiros de Athena.

Mixed or average reviews - based on 14 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 14
  2. Negative: 0 out of 14
  1. May 14, 2012
    There are explosively brief thrills to be had, but makes it really hard for most peeps to give it a chance. [June 2012, p.72]
  2. A dodgily produced cash-in of a chestnut anime. [May 2012, p81]
  3. Apr 18, 2012
    Saint Seiya isn't exactly a great game. It's a game that suffers from repetition, an awkward camera, and button bashing to beat generic enemies (bosses save this situation).