Metal Saga- ps2

Metal Saga- ps2
alaScore 82

2 reviews

Aug 2018

alaTest heeft 2 reviews verzameld en geanalyseerd voor Metal Saga- ps2. De gemiddelde beoordeling voor dit product is 3.2/5, vergeleken met een gemiddelde beoordeling van 4.3/5 voor andere Game Consoles. Gebruikers waarderen de betrouwbaarheid zeer.


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Expert review door : Craig "American Idle" Hansen (

Metal Saga


Metal Saga is not the life story of Gene Simmons, founder of legendary metal band KISS; neither is it a game that, I imagine, would particularly appeal to him. That's basically all you need to know about Atlus' latest RPG offering. While charm and...

Interesting concept, as far as it goes ; Battle system could have been a nice touch to a more engaging game

There's really not much story, character progression or even much of a story payoff at the end ; Despite all the vehicles, they do nothing to change, speed up or enhance the way you travel through the game's world

Without any truly meaningful denouement, Metal Saga seems all the more hollow for the experience. The game is full of ideas that, if further developed, could have come together to form an interesting game, but which, as it stands, simply serve was...

Jul 2006

Expert review door : Jason Porter (

Metal Saga- ps2


It's fun to play a game with as much humor in it as Metal Saga. From the big things (game endings) right down to the small, it's pervasive on every level. Even the usual Yes/No dialog choices are often replaced by stuff like "That's right, small...

Mei 2006