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User review for "F.F.FIGHT OMEGA (English translated version)"

Good, but English this ain't

Jan/07/2008   By Greymane

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F.F. Fight Omega claims to be English, but that’s a stretch. Only the plot set ups are translated (the menus are English in both language versions) and they look like they were ran through Babblefish. It’s an awful job, with half of it garbled nonsense and the other half pigeon English. It’s a hentai plot, so it’s simple enough that you can follow what is going on anyway, but they really shouldn’t call it an English version unless they put a bit more effort into it.

The concept of the flash section is simple. You move your mouse around over an image of a girl and click on different spots to build up a meter on the side of the screen, which when full lets you progress to the next scene. Clicking on certain spots at the right time will unlock a special image of the girl. Once you have seen a picture in the flash section, you can then view it in the gallery.

It’s a nice set up, simpler and more straight forward than some of Durandel’s later flash games. It’s not challenging, but it's still satisfying when you figure out the right combinations to unlock different images. The images themselves are all in Crimson’s signature style, very clean and attractive. There are four girls total, though Yuna is only in a short tutorial scene. Fully colored, the FF girls look extremely nice. The best part about the art though is that there is a lot of it, with only a tiny handful of alternatives.

The voice acting is okay, but suffers some a sameness between each character. The actresses get into their roles, but don’t really sound different enough for anyone to stand out.

Omega is a decent flash animation with plenty of very attractive artwork by Crimson Comics. Judging this version on the promise that it’s an English version, it’s a dud. The price is identical to the Japanese version though, so it is not as though you are paying extra for the mangled English text.

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