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Testseek.com have collected 12 expert reviews of the Ys: The Oath in Felghana and the average rating is 80%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Ys: The Oath in Felghana.
Award: Highest Rated December 2010
December 2010


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The editors liked

  • Fastpaced and easy to grasp actionRPG gameplay
  • Challenging but not unfair difficulty level
  • Extremely cool boss encounters.
  • Powerful bosses make you work for your supper
  • Magic and melee combine for fastpaced
  • Efficient action
  • Scalable difficulty suits button mashers and experts alike.

The editors didn't like

  • Short length
  • Generic story
  • Samey backgrounds and lack of minimap feature makes some dungeon exploration confusing.
  • Unmapped dungeons leave you running in circles
  • 3D environments don't translate depth well.

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  Published: 2010-12-16, review by: gamechronicles.com

  • Abstract:  There are many secrets in the world of RPG’s and gaming and among them is the age-old mystery of how to pronounce Ys. Pronounced Eees, this Japanese RPG franchise is not one that that is widely talked about but despite that fact is one of the oldest ru...

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  Published: 2010-12-08, Author: Bethany Massimilla , review by: cnet.com

  • Abstract:  Adol the Red is truly a hero for the ages. Not only does he appear to save the day in each new Ys title, but he also returns to the past to safeguard those he's already freed. Ys: The Oath in Felghana was originally released for the PC as a remake of t...

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75%
 
  Published: 2010-12-08, review by: gamespot.com

  • Powerful bosses make you work for your supper, Magic and melee combine for fastpaced, efficient action, Scalable difficulty suits button mashers and experts alike.
  • Unmapped dungeons leave you running in circles, 3D environments don't translate depth well.
  • Adol the Red has some trouble finding his footing, but his sword remains true in this remake of an Ys classic....

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  Published: 2010-11-22, review by: blogcritics.org

  • Abstract:  I love JRPGs (Japanese Role Playing Games). I try to get my hands on as many Xseed and Atlus games as I can. I also have my fair share of Square Enix titles, including the Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts and Dragon Quest franchises. But to my dismay, I h...

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80%
 
  Published: 2010-11-10, review by: gamepro.com

  • Fastpaced and easy to grasp actionRPG gameplay, challenging but not unfair difficulty level, extremely cool boss encounters.
  • Short length, generic story, samey backgrounds and lack of minimap feature makes some dungeon exploration confusing.

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  Published: 2010-11-04, review by: 1up.com

  • Abstract:  I was happy when Xseed partnered with Nihon Falcom to bring a number of RPGs to the U.S., but their plan to localize the recent trio of PSP Ys games in reverse chronological order -- beginning with the recent Ys Seven and ending with yet another remake...

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  Published: 2010-11-03, review by: neoseeker.com

  • Abstract:  XSEED Games has been treating PSP gamers this year to a healthy dose of the Ys series. Without taking much of a break from their last release, they're delivering Ys: The Oath in Felghana, which takes gamers a few steps back in the series to help expand...

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85%
 
  Published: 2010-11-03, review by: gamezone.com

  • Abstract:  The Y’s legacy spans all the way back to the 16-bit days, when the original Y’s Book I & II were released for the Sega Master System and Turbo Grafx 16. Since that time, we’ve been treated to a number of adventures in the Falcom series, continuing on ...

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70%
 
  Published: 2010-11-02, review by: cheatcc.com

  • Abstract:  Though the Ys series has been around for decades, I'll be the first to admit that this great RPG series has flown under my radar. That was, until I played Ys Seven last year and was completely blown away by how well this RPG series brought refreshing d...

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  Published: 2010-11-26, review by: goodgearguide.com.au

  • Fast-paced and easy to grasp action-RPG gameplay, challenging but not unfair difficulty level, extremely cool boss encounters
  • Short length, generic story, samey backgrounds and lack of minimap feature makes some dungeon exploration confusing
  • The latest instalment in Falcom and XSEED's Ys series of action-RPGs is a fast-paced, easy to grasp blast, despite its relatively short length and generic story....

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