Live A Live Video Review

Live A Live is a beautiful remake of an overlooked classic that should not be missed by JRPG fans.

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  1. Just realized they dropped the rating from 9 to 8. I’m not mad at it though. That’s great for a game for the early 1990’s.

  2. Does anyone know how to pronounce the game title correctly?
    "Life A Life"is what the female reviewer was saying, but that's not correct.
    I personally always pronounced it "live a life", because that's would make the most sense considering you can play the lifes of 7 people. But that's also not what's the title says grammatically.
    I would have change the order of the to "live"'s around in the graphic, then the big red A would be in the center and you have a perfect palindrome of the word "Alive" which would be smart and beautiful at the same time.

  3. It’s up to you to make your life. Take what you have and stack it up like a tower of teetering blocks. Build your dream around that i believe in you!!!!!!

  4. For the first few mins of this review, I was thinking this is just some derivative of Crono Trigger but after finishing, this seems very interesting. The review also made me reflect on how intransigent JRPGs with things like EXPECTING players will grind and explore every part of the game. I have and do continue to hope that they will shift this design philosophy and naturally weave the game in such a way that your character is always at the appropriate minimum level to where you are narratively in the game. The fact that I am expected to care deeply about everything from the onset of playing a JRPG is something that turns me off from playing more of them.

  5. Lol, I was waiting for reviews to decide whether I bought this and I decided it had enough nines from various sources to pre-order. Now it's an 8. Still going to enjoy it, but very weird.

  6. how are you meant to read the title? Live and Live are spelled the same and have the same meaning?

    live and living or living and live. Live a Life would be better to read

  7. I love and feel sad about this game. It looks gorgeous and it's mechanics are fun. BUT the lack of meaningful progression makes it feels barebones. It feels like you play 7 tutorial missions of an RPG and then it's over instead of the real stuff beginning.

  8. My biggest gripe with this genre is always the lack of voice acting the piles of text always make me lose interest quickly, this being voice acted is a huge plus for me. (Dyslexia and ADHD don't help either 😂)

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