Summary: When I picked up Avalon Code I wasn't expecting to be blown away or to add it to the list of games I will demand other people play. Avalon Code has a lot to offer when it comes to gameplay, plot, and many characters to interact with. My favorite part of the game is watching how the characters grow and develop. If you like RPG's and enjoy the feeling of healing and helping others this is really the game for you. I have been unsuccessful in finding similar games.
Summary: This game creates new feelings for old gamers. It has classic rpg elements while adding new systems for added adventuring fun. However it needs to improve on its basis on a large number of points. First off is with a search system this game would be far more fluid with a search function instead of having to flip about through numerous pages looking for a specific code you should be able to search for specific codes left on random pages.
Summary: The only negative thing I have to say about this game thus far is that the maps are like of each individual room and there's no real collective map to show you where you are relative to another area, and I'm bad with directions to begin with, but other than that it's a very interesting, entertaining game.
Summary: Great game, great graphics, and best of all great storyline. Avalon Code is a game that will quickly suck you into a whole new world. Unlike most games you play, you are not trying to save the world, but help build a new one. You attain the book of prophecy and learn that this world is gonna end soon, so you have been chosen to help create a new one, and so your story begins.
Summary: Avalon Code is one of the few really great action RPGs available for the Nintendo DS. Being able to "change the code" of the items you use really adds a lot to gameplay. I especially liked changing the code on characters to effect the story. I also liked that you could play as two different characters. I thought it offered a lot of replay value. I'd definitely recommend this game to a friend.
Summary: Most of the complaints you'll hear about this game are valid. The Book of Prophecy, while certainly a great concept, becomes tedious when you have to look through hundreds of pages to find a single code. The game spends a good chunk of its first part teaching you to use it, making for one extremely long, drawn-out tutorial that still manages to miss certain things, like how to use codes to hit colored switches.
Summary: I picked up Avalon Code after trying a short demo version. The idea of playing around with the "codes", being able to choose the gender of your character, and naturally getting a boy/girlfriend, all sounded appealing. Overall, I found Avalon Code to be an addicting, enjoyable game. There's always something new to discover, and I've played through several times already, both as a girl and a boy.
Certainly a very unique title with endless opportunities!
28 March 2009
Summary: There is a lot of activity on the net about this title--but I've been waiting to see what it gets here on amazon. Guess I got a little too tired to wait--so I went out and bought it myself. The graphics are very good and certainly engaging. The music is pretty good but, surprisingly, I wasn't wowed by it. The gameplay is very unqiue--I've never seen anything like it!
Summary: To be honest, for the first hour or so of this game, I was not impressed. I had heard that Avalon Code had come from the creative minds behind Harvest Moon and my favourite gaming series, Rune Factory, so I had high hopes. Avalon Code took a little bit of getting used to, but once you get into it, you'll really enjoy it. You can play as a boy, default name Yumil, or a girl, default name Tia. You're a peasant living on the outskirts of Rhoan Town.