Summary: After reading some reviews on Amazon and deciding to buy this game I was expecting it to be almost painfully easy, wow was I wrong. I cannot begin to tell you how many times I got lost or couldn't find where I was supposed to be going. There isn't much in-game directions on what you are supposed to be doing, it is more of a wander around until you find something.
Summary: I found that this game had some good qualities. The story line was good, but I feel that it needs another game to follow it. I also felt that the graphics were somewhat amateurish and that it was lacking. The art work was the beautiful and the music complimented the game very well. I would have to say that if you like Zelda then this is the game for you.
Summary: I wasn't sure what to make of this game. Honestly. While the game itself is nothing to write home about(I'll get to that momentarily), there's something about the game that 'casts a spell' on you, pardon the pun. Everything from character designs to the animation and the music is, literally, captivating. That being said, let me get down to the real meat of this review. What kills this game from reaching 'star' status is the fact that the gameplay itself feels unfocused.
Summary: It has a nice story line with a light hearted "Samhain" feel to it. Kids & grown ups can enjoy this game. The turn based combat is unique & can take a few tries to get used to but is not overly complex. Mazes are revealed as you wander thru them & randomness of mobs popping up is nice. Good, easy fun.