Summary: I thought this wasnt going to be that good but it turned out to be a fun game. The Gameplay (jrpg) If you ever played Diablo 1 through 3, it plays about the same. You begin by choosing one out of 4 classes-a teenage boy warrior(balanced), the humanoid rabbit(heavy melee,weak magic), a mage...
Summary: I like this game. but it gets boring. I like the older RPG's where you go out of town & walk around all over the map. The game is fun, but gets too boring sometimes. A game I put down & then play when I think about it.
Summary: True this is no Scret of Mana but this is set up kinda the same it is very trimmed down, it is a Repetive Dungon Crawler, it dose have a rather good and well done story, it is one of the better "Mana" Games released the past few years.
Summary: With only four weapon types, and two spells avalible at any given time, for solo play this can be slow and boring. Multiplayer, however, allows for more strategic freedom without having to constantly stop and switch your load out.
Summary: Years ago, I played the Mana series and really loved it. I'm glad that Nintendo has brought it back from the past. It may not have all the bells, whistles, and graphics of modern games but it has the same game play from the past that we loved.
Summary: I thought that this game was pretty good for a ds game. It wasnt by any means the best game Ive ever played, but it was good enough to keep my attention when I was bored(which is all you can really ask a handheld to do). I would suggest it to anyone who is a fan of the series or the genre.
Summary: FYI, I'm female and 51. I really enjoyed this game. I just finished and am thinking I will play again as one of the 4 possible characters with different skills. It reminds me of the gameboy 2d zeldas.