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STAR OCEAN - THE LAST HOPE - 4K & Full HD Remaster

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Day-One Edition Day One edition - The game will launch on November the 28th with a 10% discount and a mini-soundtrack (offer to last 2 x weeks until Dec 12th)! About the GameSTAR OCEAN - THE LAST HOPE - 4K & Full HD Remaster Coming soon for STEAM! From the creative minds of Square Enix and tri-Ace, STAR OCEAN - THE LAST HOPE takes place at the very beginning of the Star Ocean series. This action-packed RPG takes players on the epic journey of mankind’s last stand, with exploration and battle across some of the most mysterious, dangerous and fantastical worlds of the universe. Earth has been decimated by World War III and now humanity must turn to the stars in search of a new home. Explore the galaxy on your quest, make allies and enemies among the alien races you encounter and uncover a danger so great that it threatens all of creation. Spectacular New 4k and Full HD Visuals Exhilarating Real-time Battles A universe of adventure and danger await in the great Star Ocean!
Release date
Nov 28, 2017
Square Enix
Square Enix
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 - 64 bit
  • Processor: Interl core i3 2100 / AMD A8-6500
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
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STAR OCEAN - THE LAST HOPE - 4K & Full HD Remaster reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
I really expected more from the Game. The Story Applications and Characters are still totally predictable after 32 Hours of Playing If another RPG from SNES has ever played. So everything on Kindergarten (we're the super good) level. Combat System: In the Theory good, in Practice then disappears then on the not really functioning block system, as well as that one is very often caught in enemy Attacks (quasi) without a Possibility to counter. I am therefore limited to Ranged nature characters so that I still have the Possibility to avoid. As a Melee, it plays out more difficult. But If you settle for the Combat System and don't expect any wonder of the Story, you could almost still play it. Were it not For the Boss Fights. Every Boss is felt 50x stronger than the Random Opponents on their Way to him. Even if you have already lumbered neatly, so that the Random Opponents in an Area can be placed in almost 10 Seconds, you will despair when a Boss comes. The Balancing is not right at the front and back and almost takes on Dark Souls like difficulties. And even if you have found out the Weak Point of a Boss, the so much Energy and rough Attacks on it that you always think you would be in front of the very last Boss. Unfortunately, this totally breaks the Flow of the Game.
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I had high Hopes to find a Content demanding JRPG in the game, not least because I was very excited about the third Part-unfortunately, you won't find it here. While the Game graphically leaves a solid First Impression, the Graphic Style with which the Characters were embedded in the Game seems clunky and clumsy compared to the Rest of the Work. Plastic Dolls with movable Mouths and Eyes is probably the Paraphrase that best meets the "Liveliness" of the Characters. That alone, however, would be to be blurred, considering that the actual Release date of the Title on the 2009 Console! Is. The real Weakness of the Title is told Story: Weak in staging, partly questionable Cast of player characters (it was put worth more on Fan service than on depth of Content) and last but not least-unfortunately does the involuntarily recruited Toddler Game character will be the rest Of keeping the mental and content story History of the Game Nicely flat. I like JRPGs but this Game doesn't seem to be clear about what it wants to represent and unfortunately has many Scenes that remind me of "Hyperdymension Neptunia." And the Game Series at least puts it on not to be taken seriously. Otherwise, the Cast is not bad at Grundauf in the Basic Idea, but uses absolutely NOTHING from the Potential and instead is content with very shallow Topics. The Story may still be Able to score points here at Most for the Target Audience under 16J. Further Inconsistencies can be discovered in The Voiceover. Here, the vocal Differences in the quality Of the Characters are really considerable or unbearable in English. The Switch to Japanese Speech with Subtext Is therefore highly recommended! Overall: Still contemporary Sizeable graphics, uncharming To lifeless Character Animations Schwach In the Field of Storyelements and the Presentation of this absolutely solid And some time-motivating combat System Significant differences in quality in the Character Setting Star Ocean typical Music that is atmospheric to underscore. Not to Recommend who is looking for a well-told story For the set Price in the Overall Package still inordering technically good PC port and absolutely no Complications with win7/Nividia Card There is unfortunately no Neutral, hence a no From me since I am playing in Expecting a good Story.
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