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Wild Arms 3 (PS2)

Wild Arms 3 (PS2)
alaAverage 3.9

9 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews from magazines and websites.

On average, users rate this product 78/100.

Review analysis

(Based on 9 reviews)

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Wild Arms 3 : Great for the ps2 rpger

 

WA3 is prolly the 2nd best wild arms game out there. It has good characters. (only 4 but you will get over it)Nice story

Nice battle system,Graphics,Wild west theme,Price point

WAY TOO REPETITIVE,And you need to find your town and dungeons

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Virginia's Gotta Gun

 

I personally liked this game. I'm still not too gone over the cell shading, but the characterization and the plot made up for it. The battle system gets redundant after a while and all of those no encounters abilities become your best friend. I'd...

Great characters and plot

Cell shading is nice, but annoying at times. The battle system isn't too exciting

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One Unique RPG.

 

I must admit, I've played all the Wild Arms games, I'm a gaming junkie, at least I like to think so. And I must admit, it's about time I see a totally complete "Western RPG" complete with clashes of cultures, trains, horses, and the whole nine yards!...

Great Graphics, Awesome Soundtrack, Awesome Plotline, Awesome Game

Battling is a Pain

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A Western-type game? Sweet!

 

This game is about a western-type cowboy called a "drifter". Most drifters are out there to help other people, and others are treasure hunters, but they all search for fortune and adventure. These drifters live in a world called Filgaia, which is...

Ooooh, a Western RPG, twisted

Where is the turn while running" button

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Cel-Shaded Magicians In The Wild West Never Looked So Good!

 

A Fun And Invigorating Battle System, Bold And Gorgeous Graphics

Weak Characters, A Very Thin Plot, Repetitive Gameplay

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All gamers shall have the right...no, the privilege to bear "Wild Arms"

 

Even with the massive hype surrounding the Final Fantasy series nowadays, Sony's Wild Arms series appears to be holding its own in the console RPG market. As far as I know, it's the only series that I know that the company has stuck with (to my...

Immersive dungeons, nice cel-shaded graphics, and a very SWEET soundtrack

Lack of playable character selection, and world map navigation is still a pain

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Wild Arms 3: This Game is Making me SO Rip-ped.

 

Wayyyy back in the day, Sony released an RPG called Wild Arms. I hated it. That was pretty much the end of the story for me. This could have been due in a large part to the fact that I was working at Squaresoft at the time, and the battles, in my...

It kinda grows on you after a while

Characters, art, story...maybe it's just me, though

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The way the west was won - and how!

 

Howdy strangers. This here's ya regular brand o' Sony RPG goodness, from the company that brought you fellas Wild Arms an' Wild Arms: 2nd Ignition. Yep, them came out back then on the ol' PlayStation front. Wild Arms introduced to us hombres an...

The graphics are good! The graphics are good... so's the sounds

The gameplay is still a little off

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Wild Arms 3 PS2 - I reckon you should give this here game a shot

 

Back when Wild Arms came out in 1997, it wasn't really receiving a lot of hype, and the reason is, a lot of people just blew off Wild Arms and looked at it as an appetizer to a grand dinner, which was Final Fantasy VII. Thus, Wild Arms was...

graphics, music, story

having to SEARCH for TOWNS and DUNGEONS, ack

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