RedCoKid wrote:All the Sakura Taisen games since 1996 have employed corny plot devices to drive archetypes popular in its era. STV predates AT1 and has more in common with anime like Oh My Goddess or Love Hina.
goldenwitch wrote:It was a good game for sure. But it's definitely far from the best in the genre.
RedCoKid wrote:Sorry for the late reply; I've been stewing over this for a week to avoid totally blowing up. Jesus Christ, it's an appreciation thread for a dead game, and you guys are taking shots!?
SergeantBooduce wrote:This is making me want to buy the game. I have very little experience with the Sakura Wars franchise, but everyone's pure love for the game is really moving, in my opinion. I'm seriously tempted to go into town and buy a copy right now.
Even though I haven't played it yet, I'd like to thank NISA anyway, for bringing it over. :3
Ar Tonelico wrote:So Long My Love is definitely an awesome game and very much worth buying.
RedoCoKid wrote:Which genre? Visual novels or strategy RPGs? Or games that try to do both (hint: there are not many)?
RedCoKid wrote:Eien no Aselia and Sangoku Rance lack aesthetic flair. I'm surprised you think they're better. Castle Fantasia Seima Taisen (Studio E-go) also was crappy.
magusgs wrote:In any case, you shouldn't confuse my comments with goldenwitch's. We may hold similar views, but we're making different arguments, potentially for different reasons.
RedCoKid wrote:Personally I've not played a better visual novel than ST3, and only Valkyria Chronicles ranks better than STV as a SRPG in my collection.
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