UNLIMITED:SaGa, the first in the legendary series for the PS2, pushes the genre with eclectic art styles and a sophisticated gameplay structure. Director and producer, Akitoshi Kawazu has found uncharacteristic ways to apply the new technologies, creating a game that is not only revolutionary but also unique in presentation. While UNLIMITED:SaGa has utilized advanced tools for gameplay, it has opted for traditional techniques in its visual representation.
Average Customer Rating:
(3 Reviews) 3
Rating Snapshot(3 reviews)
1 out of 333%of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Unlimited SaGa
Review 1 for Unlimited SaGa
This Saga installment doesn't count...
Location: Buckeye State
This game is perfect for: kid gamers
Pros: very marketable name title (Unlimited FF + Saga Series = this title) Cons: ugly graphics, confusing gameplay You have to pay me to play this game
When I played "Romancing SaGa: Minstrel Song " I was very excited to play this game because the other one was so good, but boy I was disappointed. Maybe this installment could have gotten a better score or 5 stars out of 10 if it wasn't for how awesome Romancing Saga was. Anyways, the graphics look like someone drew on a piece of paper then cut out the image and put it in a scaly background. At which point your hoping the gameplay can save it and I'm not even a big person on graphics, but the gameplay is weird/confusing. You move your character along on which seems like a monopoly board and it is just so hard to get past the first 30 minutes of the game. At which point seems like work because it is just not simply fun as Romancing Saga.
Its not worth your money folks. Trust me. Probably the funnest part in the entire game is choosing your character. It all goes down hill from there. There's no adventure, no exploration and the battles arn't even remotely exciting.
i wouldn't say that the game is bad, but i would not say it was great. The game was ok . Its a little confusing and hard. You will mostly get stuck A LOT!! There seven story modes and a got though one only. I tried almost all of them. If you want to buy this game, be prepared for hardest