Reviews and Problems with Advance Wars: Days of Ruin
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not as good as the ones before
20 November 2012
Summary: I played many other AW games before this one on GBA and DS. This one was a bit disappointing in a sense it didn't have as overpowering powers of COs everything is a bit slower because of this.
Summary: This was the first game I got for the DS. Advance Wars 2 was my favorite game for the GBA, and I had played Advance Wars Dual Strike in the store when it came out, so when my sister said I could have her old DS and asked me what game I wanted for it for christmas, I said ADVANCE WARS.
Summary: It's not bad. It gives Advance Wars fans something more to chew on I guess. But what happened to all to all that totally awesome unlockable content and all the level-up stuff from Dual Strike? Why is the list of commanders so much shorter?
Missing the character & charm of previous Advance Wars games
A. Rappaport "@AlanRappa", Amazon
10 June 2008
Summary: I've been a tremendous fan of the Advance Wars series since I first got my hands on the original Game Boy Advance release. I have followed the series since then right up to its most recent iteration, Days of Ruin on the Nintendo DS.
Solid game that tries new things, but falls short of expectations
8 April 2008
Summary: ~~~THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS, DO NOT READ THIS IF THAT IS A CONCERN FOR YOU~~~ Firstly, I'd like to say that I'm a big advance wars fan, and I was really looking forward to this game. I give the game's developers credit for trying new things in DoR and trying to take the game in a new direction.