Average User Score: 8.8Nov 1, 2014Fantasy Life is a well crafted TO-DO list game with a large and colourful world to explore. It is easy to pick up on the go and if you are aFantasy Life is a well crafted TO-DO list game with a large and colourful world to explore. It is easy to pick up on the go and if you are a gamer capable of setting your own goals, the post-game in Fantasy Life can last you hundred of hours of quality entertainment.
Graphically and musically, this game took the right direction.
However the story falls flat and it is written for a younger audience. Everyone is good, everyone is happy, the humour is forced, all in all uninteresting from my perspective. This is not a bad thing, but hardly enjoyable for the mature audience in a game filled with blocks of texts.
This title has a lot to offer, the cheerful amount of content is impressive but lacks in depth. Is it worth picking up? If you are a fan of sim-RPG games, absolutely! If you are expecting a deeper RPG aspect or do not like to read/skip through lots of dialogues, I suggest you pass on to the next game.… Expand
Average User Score: 6.8Oct 5, 2013Quite entertaining for the first... week. It is a pay to win game, folks claiming that strategy and depth is involved can not be more wrongQuite entertaining for the first... week. It is a pay to win game, folks claiming that strategy and depth is involved can not be more wrong and delusional. Sure there's free rewards (3 a day) that allow you to get basic decks and very, very rarely rare/legendary cards. If you do not plan on spending quite some money on this game (speaking hundreds), be prepared to be destroyed no matter how you plan your moves right. You can get excited playing your first cards thinking you've won the game, and just instantly succumb to the unmatched heavy cards someone else paid for. It is fun to try for a short time, but depth is lacking. No chat option, no friend list, very bare overall. And if two opponents are facing one another with that good money they spent, it is only a matter of seconds before one destroys the other with overly powered cards. Games barely last 5 minutes, if you like fast paced card games this may be your temporary niche. Now free to play games need to make money, and I have spent quite a few on them but hundreds over a non polished, broken tactical game, no thank you. If I were a rich boy wanting to feel power over a virtual game, I would rate this one better.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.1Dec 9, 2012Overall, it is a good MOBA game and it feels complete. The minus points are given for the detailed textures on both the map and characters. ItOverall, it is a good MOBA game and it feels complete. The minus points are given for the detailed textures on both the map and characters. It is quite easy to get a moment of confusion when guardians (players) clash, along with soldiers (minions) and animations leaving you in sticky situations despite your reflexes and skills. To me, MOBA games should have simpler designs. I wouldn't see this game becoming an e-sport like other MOBAs on the PC/current market albeit it is worth the price tag and will definitely keep you entertained for quite some time. Whether you're a fan of the genre or not, give it a go with the trial which might just sell you. It isn't without its flaws, some balance and response issues but they are not imposed enough (and certainly not permanent) to stop the player from thoroughly enjoying their experience.… Expand