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: This game is a classic "A" button masher. The graphics are nice and themusic is good. A nice addition to the mana series. If you enjoy the Zelda type games or Shining Soul I & II then this game should suit you nicely.
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: I am a 'mana' fanatic so this game really appealed to me because of the similarities to past games (flammie, the same spirits, etc.). The story line is a little lame and there are some glitches but it's fun. I enjoy it so far!
Summary: That said, I don't feel the series has gone in the BEST direction. Is it a good game in the series, though? Sure. I give it about a 7 out of 10. IT has got its flaws, but there is also a lot to love about this title. Give it a chance.
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.