But anyways, it was a good game that felt like it lacked a ton of content. It's a game that BEGS for mods, and you can get them on the PC. I wouldn't rate the 360 version very high, but the PC version of Oblivion is superb with the sheer amounts of content you can download for it. It's a never ending game, truly. I mean they have a Voice Actors Guild just for mods.
To stay on topic, I'm glad a game is here to try new things, and the summary of the game made it sound really good from 1up.
Undiscovery's ending also screams sequel possibilities, and I sincerely hope tri-Ace gets a second chance to explore this concept's potential. By the end, I'd grown quite attached to the world and characters, and I wouldn't hesitate to go on another adventure with (most of) them. With any luck, this could be the next Suikoden or Dark Cloud -- a fresh, intriguing take on role-playing whose potential is only fully realized the second time around.