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.hack Outbreak Sony Playstation 2 Game
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.hack Outbreak – PS2 Game 71 Reviews
.hack Outbreak – PS2 Game
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SKU: 4805488738327 Category: Playstation 2 Tags: ESRB Rating_Teen, game, Genre_Role Playing, low, notbestseller, previous, Price_$60 to $80, Product Type_Game, ps2
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This is one of my favorite games!! My 8yo daughter loved watching me play and it is simple enough that she was able to play too. Great storytelling and lots of fun!
First, I love Disney and Final Fantasy. This game is about Sora the key blade master, who wants to leave destiny islands, but then goes on a quest to seal the hearts of worlds and find Kairi. There are many villians in this game (the hardest I think to be Sephiroth), but the main villians come from darkness called Heartless. Upon your adventures you will have many mini quests like finding postcards, dalmations, and even Geppetto. I highly recomend this game to all Disney lovers. This game I have to say is pretty hard because to defeat some characters you have to level up ( the highest level being 100) and later in the game you may feel like your back at level one. One thing I thought was pretty cool is the fact that you can summon some charactors too battle and of course the wonderful story line.
I played this game when it came out and i remember i was in the seventh grade. This game was so awesome when it came out. Once you start visiting all the disney worlds you can’t help but get engrossed in the game. The fighting system is very basic, as you only attack with your keyblade, magic is for the most part not very useful except for healing. This game is quite long, back when i played it on normal i remeber finishing it after 60 hours that i put on it. For a game with disney characters you would think this game is for kids but it is actually quite hard and I have no idea how a little kid would ever be able to pass this game. If you like final fantasy, you should get this game, if you like disney movies, you should also get this game.
My son loves this game. Packaging was good and the game works perfectly and arrived fast.
This is a great game for anyone trying to get into this series, this is the first step. It’s really cheesy but during that time it was all enigmatic and stuff. Despite the dialog, you should really play the game, it’s worth a try. Adventure, some roleplay, freestyle fighting, and very nostalgic.I remember buying this game in gamestop a while back, used, and it had a nasty chip in it that would always freeze the game when you started a new game. This left me with no choice but to get the game via here. I got a good price for it new and Im completely satisfied. It came to me within decent number of days.
Kingdom Hearts is one of those games that just dares your dad to break down and rekindle those old Disney inspired, family filled, evenings. Some adults may feel that this game may be a bit out of their league, but you’ll be amazed at how this game is capable of keeping even the most grown up of us around. First of all, the game isn’t terribly difficult to get the hang of or to defeat (even on the higher difficulty setting). And most of the action focuses on constant button mashing much in the vein of your typical Hack n’slasher. You play the as the young boy named Sora who lives on a far away island with his friends Riku and Kairi. The friends all share dreams of adventure and travel. The story takes off from their plunging our hero into a strange yet familiar series of worlds filled with all the Disney inspired goodness most of us have grown up to know. The story itself has it’s intrigueing moments, and yet others where everything is completey predictable. Sora levels up as you gain experience which you’ll recieve for hacking down enemies. And you’ll obtain some pretty interesting combat combonations for reaching new levels. You will be utilizing magic spells as well, though given the relative ease of difficulty, you might be more inclined to simply attack most things. I have found personally that the true challenges in this title lie in mastering all the mini games and completing the colloseum and sub events. And there quite a number of extras to engage in when not busy fo.
I’ve got to admit, back then I wouldn’t care for this game if it didn’t have Disney characters in it. The game play get a little repetitive at times, but they add some elements like advanced magic, special attacks and summons in the game to keep it more interesting and make grinding not so much of a hassle like some games like Pokemon does (Still love Pokemon as well though!). I’ve got to be honest, it’s a little difficult for me to review this game now because I’ve got to admit, my judgement is clouded by the nostalgia effect I have for this game, but some of it with good reason. I think most people would agree with me when I say that the reason the majority of fan are pretty much teenagers like myself and adults, is because Disney meant more to use back then as apposed to kids nowadays (Man, do I sound old), and it’s hard for me to change the way I feel about this game now as an adult because my inner child still really enjoys this universe and game overall, despite some of the flaws this game might have. I really love this game and if you don’t enjoy cheesy Disney stories like friendship and having a good heart and stuff like that, it may be hard for you to get into this game… I experienced this as a child and I believe that’s why I can’t really give a good review but I can say that I personally enjoy it and I hope that this is enough for another consumer to read this and consider buying this game if they want a change of pace from what most kids play today.
Excellent. Great product.
Absolutely love this game and all of the sequels to it. It’s very cool to add a new light to Disney and also some of your favorite final fantasy characters. Definitely would recommend to anybody and everybody
The graphics in this game are pretty good, not the best, but they were for the time. I think it’s a really cute, magical game, with an interesting and confusing story. It’s kind of a platform game, which can be frustrating at times, but overall it’s a pretty classic kid game (except, some parts would be better appreciated by an adult). Unfortunately, the kid I got it for doesn’t seem that interested in it. I thought he’d like it because he loves older style games like Starfox, Zelda, Animal Crossing, Paper Mario, and this game has hilarious Disney characters in it. Whatever, more game time for me!