|Strategy RPG; Nintendo 3DS; Bandai Namco Game/SEGA/Capcom; 2012|
|I don't care what Rock-n-Roll Star Wars picture you can find, there is NOTHING more bad ass than this.|
The story to Project X Zone is about what you would expect from a game trying to blend so many characters and worlds together. While it doesn't try to be a deep, complex story (which I'm glad it doesn't), it's BIGGEST problem is just how slowly paced it is. Nothing really happens for the first 20 or so chapters as your party is almost literally just accidentally wandering into a new world and fight some more enemies. Seriously, you can make a drinking game for how many times you just walk through a door and suddenly appear in another world. Things DO start moving forward towards the end, but not before you become mentally numb to just how often the group trips over a rock and ends up in the demon world. But at least it's not as convoluted as Kingdom Hearts.
|Tron Bonne once again trolls us with the knowledge that MML3 will NEVER happen.|
|Yuri popping in just to prove how much of a badass he is.|
Did I have fun with Project X Zone? Yes, in short bursts Project X Zone is just badass and a lot of fun, and if the game was only 20-30 hours long it would be fine. However, with the game lasting 50 hours and later Chapters taking 2 hours to complete, it does get really tiresome really quickly. If you enjoy massive over-the-top attacks, and can recognize and love a good portion of the characters from the game, you might enjoy it for the cross over tribute that it is. If you are looking for a game with more depth, than this isn't it. Project X Zone comes recommended.
Until Next Time.