Blue Dragon is not a game that is going to elicit a strong reaction from you. It’s not terrible, or particularly great or memorable, so the most remarkable thing about it is how unremarkable it is. It’s big: three DVDs big, thanks to loads of cutscenes and voice clips. But it isn’t grand and sweeping, and it isn’t particularly charming, either. Blue Dragon is simply “there.” If you wanted to play a Japanese role-playing game on your Xbox 360, this will get the job done. If you wanted to play something that makes an impact, you’ll need to keep waiting.