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- Beautifully detailed graphics powered by the Unreal Engine 3
- Original storyline driven by intense themes of love, war, politics, sacrifice and the ultimate question of choosing ones own fate told through beautifully rendered CGI cut-scenes
- A fresh twist on combat that combines strategic turn-based battle concepts and real time gameplay that seamlessly blends world navigation and fighting without any load times or interruptions
- A stunning and distinctive photo-realistic manga style with character designs by famed Korean artist Hyung-Tae Kim
The shadow of civil war looms over the kingdom of Lanzheim and Juto, a boy with no recollection of his past may be the key to ending the cycle of bloodshed. Magnacarta 2 delivers a unique role-playing experience that combines real-time action, timing-based attacks, over-drive combinations and the strategic use of skills, magical power and critical attacks on a journey to discover ones true destiny in the midst of tragedy and war.
|Original Name||マグナカルタ2 (Xbox 360 プラチナコレクション)|
|Release Date||Aug 05, 2010|
|CERO B (12+)|
|Average rating:||Too few reviews (min 3 reviews required)|
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There are better Eastern RPGs on the 360. Resonance of Fate, Lost Odyssey, Nier, Tales of Vesperia, and even Final Fantasy XIII are better, in my opinion.
But that still makes Magna Carta 2 the sixth-best J-RPG on the system (yeah, yeah, it's not a Japanese game! But it fits in the J-RPG genre, so there).
See if you can find it cheap, and enjoy a bit more J-RPG action on the 360!
(Disclaimer: I've given it 4 stars. I want to give it 3.5 stars, but that's not an option!)
An average JRPG that'll still occupy you for 60 hours or so. Since there're not that many JRPGs for the 360, you may want to consider this title. Not brilliant, but not a pain to play too.
Not a bad J-RPG, but there are better ones on 360. The graphics, combat, story are all fine, it plays through fine, it's a good game. Check out Nier, Tales of Vesperia and Resonance of Fate first, though.
Magna Carta 2 (Platinum Collection)