Janelle’s Resonance of Fate coverage

By Heath | May 12, 2010 at 9:41 pm

In case you missed it, Janelle had some pretty grat coverge of one of the most underrated RPGs of recent years, Resonance of Fate. Most of it came out before the game’s release, so you may have missed it. If you’re among those who heard about this game recently (of which there are many), check out these essential reads:
Resonance of Fate review
Everything You Need to Know About Resonsnace of Fate’s Battle System
Everything You Need to Know About Resonsnace of Fate’s World
Costume changing videos
-More screenshots, magazine scans, and details on Resonance of Fate

Asston of RPG scans: 33 RPGs for 9 platforms

By Heath | March 29, 2010 at 3:37 am

A ridiculous amount of Japanese magazine scans for 33 RPGs, starting with…
Inazuma Eleven 3 (DS)
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Sega updates Resonance of Fate website

By Heath | March 2, 2010 at 10:52 am

Now that we’re within two weeks of release, Sega has relaunched the official Resonance of Fate website.  The previous version of the website hadn’t been updated since the Tokyo Game Show, but now there’s a little more meat to it, including free music downloads.  Not long ago, Janelle cleared this game and kindly wrote a review here.

Famitsu scan guides: End of Eternity, Star Ocean IV PS3, DQ6, God Eater, Valkyria 2

By Heath | February 21, 2010 at 8:32 am

Starting with End of Eternity (360, PS3)
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Resonance of Fate/End of Eternity reviewed

By Heath | February 19, 2010 at 7:31 am

Janelle is pretty great.  She now delivers the first English-language review of End of Eternity, to be called Resonance of Fate when it hits North American Xbox 360s and PS3s next month.  Check the review here.
Also, the Battle System feature has been expanded to include more Everything, including a brand new section on targeting and some more references to link the thing together more clearly.

Everything You’ll Ever Need to Know About Resonance of Fate, Part 1: the Battle System

By Janelle | February 9, 2010 at 10:38 am

Here’s Part 1 of our comprehensive feature on the upcoming Resonance of Fate, developed by tri-Ace and published by Sega. Hopefully by using this, people without the game can get a feel for how complex the battle system is and how it works, or people who already have the game and are unclear on some points can find some answers. I’ve answered your battle-related questions here, too. You’ll probably notice that it’s massive; this isn’t meant to be read in one sitting. Jump around, skim, find parts that are interesting to you. Use the table of contents below to navigate.
As in, I'm Still Alive after writing this.
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RPGs dominate Japanese sales charts, PS3 version of EoE/RoF manhandling 360 version

By Heath | February 4, 2010 at 8:47 pm

With role-playing games claiming the first two overall spots and six of the top ten, buying RPGs was obviously the hip thing to do in Japan this past week.
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Resonance of Fate videos Volume 1: from our PS3 to your monitor

By Heath | February 4, 2010 at 11:37 am

Here are some videos showing the various costumes in Resonance of Fate.
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Dress up like Resonance of Fate’s Reanbell in Phantasy Star Portable 2

By Heath | February 3, 2010 at 9:19 am

Remember Fruit Roll-ups commercials, where they’d make something wacky and then be all like, “What fun fruit roll-ups will we roll out next?” Extra costumes are becoming like that, in some games more than others. Phantasy Star Portable 2 for PSP is on board for this one, adding an outfit and gun from the PS3/360’s End of Eternity (Resonance of Fate).
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Taking questions for Resonance of Fate feature (plus scans)

By Janelle | February 2, 2010 at 8:36 am

Hey everyone, it’s Janelle (the one that wrote yonder Final Fantasy XIII review). The next big project I’ve been tackling is Resonance of Fate (actually End of Eternity because it’s a Japanese copy, but even then they can’t seem to stop referring to it as Resonance of Fate). But here’s the thing. Resonance of Fate is complicated. Really complicated. Passing bits of news, short impressions and video that attempt to explain the sheer bulk of this game’s unusual…ness are woefully inadequate. So I’m working on a rather large feature, tentatively titled “Everything You’ll Ever Need to Know about Resonance of Fate.” And because I’m not omniscient, I need your help.
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