Summary: I bought the game cause i love the Mana games they are fun. Children of Mana was an ok game i was expecting more and they should have added more it just didnt have enough to keep my interest so i found myself at a lot of times bein bored and just turning it off but i ended up beatin it and the story was really good but it gets really repetative really fast.
Summary: Yet another disappointing title being released in the Mana series. The first Mana title was called Seiken Densetsu. It was released in the U.S. as Final Fantasy for Game Boy. The game was decent for a game boy title. The second title in the series was Seiken Densetsu II in Japan, released in the U.S. as Secret of Mana for the Super Nintendo. In my humble opinion, Secret of Mana was, and still is, probably the best RPG released for that console.
Conclusion: The game is pretty to look at and fun for a while. But that while is not long enough to make you want to go through the rest. I must say I finished the game through sheer inertia.
Pros: Let me start by saying that I have not played any of the other games in the Secret of Mana series. All I knew about Children of Mana before I bought it was that I would be getting a dungeon crawl, more of an action/adventure game than an RPG.
Cons: After those first few hours, you will see that there is not much more to the game. You have already used all the different kinds of weapons and the maps just a few per "region" that are randomly chosen, so you will be playing the same maps over and over again. All this makes the game more tedious than fun.
Summary: It's ok and woth the buy. There is one or two things wrong with this game though. One thing is that the gameplay is not as very as many other games. Of what I played so far I most of the time I go round mashing the A buttion killing monsters. This normally dont brother me in games but as in this game it is about 95% of you do. Other then this is ok. The story is fine the soundtrack is wonderful.
Summary: Children of Mana is a follow on from the super Nintendo classic The secret of mana made by Square Enix. Only available on the Nintendo ds only which is fine if you follow the Nintendo generations but would achieve more by being available on more gaming consoles. The game offers 4 different characters each with their own storylines you can also link up with 3 other players to make a party of 4.
Summary: The greatest games console ever to grace planet Earth was the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). I will have no arguments because it is fact (in my mind anyway). There were so many games released on the system that became classics; from Nintendo’s Link and Mario, to numerous platformers and first person shooters.
Pros: Great graphics and sound
Cons: Repeatative, poor level design, not real Mana game
Summary: Here we have one of the most highly anticipated DS releases in the form of Children of Mana which, while fun at first, can become tiring rather quickly Visually the game is quite impressive. No 3D elements, just nicely drawn classic top-down sprites, detailed backgrounds, smooth animation and subtle but effective visual effects. The presentation is very good with some impressive cutscenes. These are very few and far between, but it keeps them special.
Summary: *Einleitung* Wer erinnert sich nicht noch an den guten alten Super Nintendo und den darauf spielbaren Rollenspielen. Meiner Meinung nach bis heute die besten Rollenspiele die es gibt. Mein absoluter Liebling war damals "Secret of Mana" und mit "Children of Mana" gibt es nun einen weiteren Ableger rund um die "Mana" Reihe, ob er an die Klasse des Originals herankommen wird, dass werde ich hier beschreiben.
Summary: == allgemeine Einleitung == Im Detail erinnere ich mich nicht mehr daran, wie ich mir Children of Mana für den Nintendo DS zugelegt habe. Ich weiß nur noch, dass ich damals im Rollenspiel-Fieber war und mir beinahe jedes Rollenspiel für die unterschiedlichsten Konsolen (allerdings natülich nur für die, die ich auch selbst besitze) gekauft habe.´ So kam ich auch irgendwann irgendwie zu Children of Mana. === Wie / Wo kaufen?
Summary: Geschichte zum Spiel: Über stirb der Wald auch auf der Insel, auf der das Spiel gesppielt wird. Die Insel heißt Illusia. Auf dieser Insel wächst seit vielen Jahren ein Baum mit den Namen Manabaum. Dieser Baum beschützt die Menschen vor dunklen Mächten. Doch nach einiger Zeit fällt dieser Baum den Menschen selbst zum Opfer. Als folgen haben die Menchen den Baum gefällt, doch das hatte folgen.