Publicada: 27 de novembro
There are lots of good ideas here but the execution is so excrutiating that it will leave you wondering what you played and why no one saw the many problems that would form during development.
I can seriously go on for pages about what I don't think works but I suspect the rundown for JRPG lovers is this: If you're going to stick to the surface you're going to have a bad time because you aren't going to understand anything and you might not be able to make it through the game. If you go in medium-depth, you're going to realize you missed out on a lot and that it takes forever to find anything without a guide- and even then, it will be a taxing journey through page after page of wiki and entering/exiting areas to fight rare monsters you're not even sure really exist. If you go in deep you're just going to be frustrated to realize that at the end of the day the game is a roulette that you must subtly influence in truly inane ways and can screw you no matter how clever, thorough or prepared you are when it counts.
At any level you'll find something to love, but so many things that mar it so bad that you can't help but realise they wasted it completely. I beat the extra dungeon for no reason other than that I was on uppers the entire time.