Ys Seven (version anglaise)
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- Plate-forme: Sony PSP
- Classification PEGI : 12 ans et plus
- Support : Jeu vidéo
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Celcetta is superior when it comes to graphics, controls and maybe the music, but Seven is better in regards to the roster, the character designs, the plot, the dungeons, the skills, the synthesis system, the boss battles and nearly everything else. In the areas where it doesn't surpass Celcetta, it still manages to do very well. Simply put, the game is a wonderful, fast-paced action RPG that can get quite repetitive, yes, but it's still loads of fun.
The only flaws are that there's no voice acting, and that the MC Adol is the silent-type protagonist who never says anything. So if you're not a fan of the Ys series, I guarantee you that this entry will win you over.
From a purely objective point of view, as I was not a fan of this series because of nostalgia, I have to say this game is one of the best RPGs you could own for your PSP.
* Waiting times are extremely reasonable, almost non-existant. I never noticed them.
* I adoreeee the controls. A lot of RPGs with this battle system have button mashing controls, and they can be awkward, but Ys 7 managed to plan them out -almost- perfectly.
* The camera is perfect, it focuses exactly where you need it to and doesn't leave you wondering where you just turned, like some games I've played. (IE: crisis core)
* The battle system is fun and addictive once you get used to it.
* There are side quests to add a bit more interest to the game, which often have rewards great enough for you to go out of your way. In addition, there are some optional bosses.
* The "synthesis" system rewards you for collecting materials to make better weapons and armor. While you can just make it through the game straight out buying your weapons and armor, you will need the synthesis system to gain everyone's final weapons.
* You can perfect skills and unleash them once you have a set amount of SP, which is lovely, because simply hacking and slashing gets old pretty fast.
* The visuals are stunning for a PSP game. It's all in third dimension, lush, and gorgeous. I was constantly impressed by the quality.
* Despite being the 7th (linear) game in the Ys series, you can easily understand this game without knowing anything about it's predecessors. There are only a few subtle hints back to previous Ys games.
* The music is very appropriate and fun to listen to, and it has a nice fantasy feel to it. I never got annoyed with it, and I sometimes do dislike repetitive music. Ys 7 did a good job at being pleasing to the ears.
* The varying difficulty levels are Easy, Normal, Hard, and Nightmare. I beat the game on normal my first try, so normal really is the standard. It has a difficulty level for everyone.
* The battle learning curve took me a while to get used to, because I simply wasn't used to active time battles (it's much harder than Crisis Core's live battle system). I think I had to retry 5 times before I beat the first boss.
* The plot, while pretty heartwarming and melodramatic, is not extremely deep. It's a basic adventure plot, with a little bit of character development and a lot of likable characters, but none of them leave that much of a mark on you. However, it is not annoyingly shallow and this shouldn't deter you from buying the game. (This is coming from someone who's played a lot of badly executed games just for the plot.)
* My one gripe about the controls is "flash guard", which requires you to hold L and R buttons at the same time - but you sometimes end up releasing a special attack when you didn't mean to. It can be frustrating until you master the timing.
* No voice acting? I don't really consider this a "con" since I'm still used to old style RPGs where you read things in whatever voice you wanted and made the game your own. I don't think it's that big of a deal, really.
* One final, trivial complaint - I spent SO much time collecting soul stones because I wanted everyone's final weapons. It seriously takes an extra 4/5 hours to grind and collect enough stones.
My favorite part about this game is undoubtedly the battle system. It gave me a decent challenge and my fingers didn't cramp up horribly after long playing sessions. If you have a PSP and you enjoy action RPGs with a fantasy feel, pick this one up.
Nihon Falcom has a hit on their hands with this one, and XSeed did an absolutely wonderful job localizing this. It's a shame that the PSP isn't more popular here. If you own a PSP and have any interest at all in action RPGS, do not miss this one. You'll absolutely love it.
EDIT: Finished it. My only hope is that future Ys titles find a home in the USA. I haven't been more satisfied with a game for quite some time. Straight up fun from start to finish. Again, do not miss this one.
The games graphics are great, not amazing but really great for a psp game especially since the game offers so much content. There is no voice acting but the dialogue actually works very well. The game is not turn based and you do get a lot of special abilities, so if you're looking for a fast action pace game this is defiantly for you. This is kind of a God of war style fighting with abilities and upgrading weapons all put into a long great RPG. There are lots of bosses to fight and if you are one of those that like to grind and level higher than the area you're in go back later and dominate areas, you can defiantly do that. Overall this game is really amazing for a handheld game. It will keep you busy for a very long time. I have 77 hours of play time on my first character and still having a blast. This game is well worth buying especially for its price!