Xam’d: Lost Memories Review: PSN Reaches.

Xam'd: Lost Memories Review

Xam'd: Lost Memories Goodness

We all received great news about the upcoming features for the PlayStation 3. The system is finally going to offer home theater entertainment to everyone’s consoles. So of course, us being that curious, we took the opportunity to explore this a bit more. As an exclusive from Studio BONES, famous for shows such as RahXephon, Full Metal Alchemist, and Eureka 7, Xam’d is a truly unique and amazing episode that’s exclusive to the PS3 for all anime lovers. Much to our amazement, a little hidden gem was glistening: Xam’d Lost Memories.

Xam’d Lost Memories’ first episode reveals little to the plot, but gets you wanting to learn much more. This is what we do know: there is currently a war going on between the northern and southern governments and the Sentan island is a military free zone, which happens to be the home of the main character Akiyuki and other main recurring characters. As for the episode itself, we were impressed, but it’s from Studio Bones and their quality usually leaves anyone asking: what else should we expect? The fact that it’s good isn’t too shocking. The production quality is another great feature. The art direction is simply vivid, and the voiceovers are more than enough to keep anyone delved in the story, which we can’t reveal for good cause. The only slight downside was that the episode is that it’s a bit slow paced for all you FPS fans out there, but I personally never felt bored. It always felt like there was something big coming that would make you jump out of your seat.

Overall, this first episode draws anyone in enough to see more – praise for something so knew. With new releases each week, all at the very fair price of 3.99 in both SD and HD format, you can’t go wrong.

David Jeffers is a former writer for WhatIfGaming and one of the most prominent writers you will find out there. He loves anime, and everything video games and loves chances to discover new and interesting worlds in the interactivity from the games we play today, given that the game does a good job of doing that of course.

22 Comments

  1. Dude. I love anime. thanks

  2. Really cool review

  3. Kudos !

  4. I’m not sure if PSN can keep up with the anime series scene. No joke. for some reason I still think it’s dated until I get stuck in the middle of Xam’d if I get episode 1 :( Help david

  5. I personally think it’s fine. Nice review.

  6. Really cool! !@ Profiless!! W000TTTT

  7. It’s like IN-GAME XMB hahahaha

  8. Except it actually does what it’s promised

  9. David, I’m going to buy this now solely on your judgment. I’ve been reading your stuff for a while and I can’t get enough of it. Thanks

  10. excited on this

  11. Xam’d Here I come!

  12. Awesome news on this review. and Profiles. Yum yum.

  13. I’ll just um…”buy this.” lol. Torrent!

  14. Yeah so what, I TORRENT. I’m man enough to admit this.

  15. Love the review as well thks

  16. PSN doesn’t have much anime *sigh* I need to resort to that

  17. Where’s the films ?!?! All the films are crappy DVD ones on PSN

  18. Anyways, thanks again David

  19. ya psn really isn’t that great yet and selections are slim but I do suggest checking this anime out its really great and if you support it we will get more and more anime

  20. I’ll give it a SHOT. But man if this sucks, you’re in for it.

  21. Yeah

  22. Hahaha. good luck

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