Summary: Children of Mana is the latest Squenix addition to a long line of Mana RPG/adventure games that have moved into the Nintendo handheld world - this one being a game for the DS. And out of all the mana games I've played, it is by far the worst, and possibly one of the worst RPG games I've played.
Summary: While I admite I'm a compleat Legend of Mana junkie. This game wasn't all that great. It had a few good points. such as needing to use certain weapons to kill off bosses. but Square really didn't care about the fans when they slapped this together. I got it as a gift so I wasn't out anything.
Summary: It kinda sucks writing reviews about games that have already been reviewed by a bunch of people. For one, less people are likely to read another review about the same game, just to hear the same story blah blah blah ...
Summary: i bought this game at my local gamestop and the cashier reassured me with a "good choice!" after playing for a few stages and quests, i discovered that the game is rather repetitive and all you do is hack-n-slash monsters to no end. booooring
Excerpt: Sword of Mana was one of my all time favourite RPG games on the Game Boy Advance; it’s a brilliant storyline with two potential main characters, engaging gameplay and absolutely awesome side quests.
Pros: It looks quite decent and sounds quite decent but that can't make up for appalling gameplay
Cons: Mind numbingly dull game, dungeon crawling at its most tedius, ruined a series for me
Excerpt: If you've played the SNES version called "Secret of Mana" then you will know what this game is like. This is an action RPG so no turn based combat to worry about. The story line is reasonably interesting but nothing special. The visuals are great and very colourful.