Date: 11 Jan 2012, 06:27 GMT
A little depressing at times; the game is prepared very much to slaughter you if you don't find true love (I didn't, but I saved the land and I'm still waiting for Leon...I tried to get Oswald, though the game pushed me to Leon), and so on so forth....but with the challenge, there's a pleasant depth to this game that makes me melancholic of what could be; a big-time game with simple if very pleasant graphics that has epic AI, lovely characters, thousands of branching choices, and so on so forth. A truly interactive game, one that has the depth and intelligence to easily lull a hardcore gamer, but the accessibility and fun to lure a casual gamer. I mean that as a figure of speech, meaning a ton/excess. Ugh, if only. I don't know why it hasn't happened. Maybe it has, but nobody cares?
But yeah, beyond my fleeting desires, I thought Fantasia was great for what it is, even though I didn't quite get all flustered at any particular character....I wouldn't mind helping the writers out with this, but oh well. For now, it's a staight, relative 4.1/5.