The game features cute, super-deformed characters from the Street Fighter and Dark Stalker games, Street Fighter II-like combos, and intense, strategy driven gameplay.The best way to describe this game to someone who's never played it is that it is damn fun.Mainly because there worthless and populated with fake profiles.
It featured a very complex storyline and offered hundreds of hours of gameplay.
Easily one of the best games in its genre on Play Station and worthy of the Final Fantasy moniker.
As we near the fifth year anniversary of the North American launch of Play Station and the upcoming launch of the system's successor, Play Station 2, we here at IGNPSX have been spending a lot of time thinking about the system, its impact on the industry, and the games that have been released on it.
When you consider certain information tidbits, such as Play Station's installed base of more than 27 million units in North America (27.11 million as of March 31, 2000), the system's overall 7.9 to 1 software-to-hardware ratio -- which is higher than any console system in the history of videogames, and total software shipments exceeding 234 million units, it's funny to think about the state of affairs five years ago when Sony was considered just an outsider trying to break into Sega's and Nintendo's turf.
Doug Perry's Take: To be honest, with the exception of Tetris, I have never played a puzzle game more addictive than this.