Summary: It's actually a pretty good game except for one huge issue. You have to walk with the stylus. That's right no D pad option. This is a deal breaker. It slow down the game and takes a lot of fun out of it. This cost it a star in my book.
Summary: As other reviews have mentioned, the problem with this RPG is that it is far too linear. Though there are side quests, the game and storyline gives you very little room for exploring or to play it in any different way than the linear storyline goes... Other than that, it is solid, well developed, fun RPG. Weapon forging and creation via items are well done. The storyline is tailored to Greek mythology, and it is relatively accurate.
Old school RPG with a new school classical Greece.
Hayley Cann, Amazon
9 February 2010
Summary: I really enjoyed this game, if nothing else because it managed to bring such a solid (but others might say boring?) turn based combat to the DS. First things first, yes the game is set in Antiquity, Greece to be exact, but don't think this is a serious take on it. Creative license has been taken, wed and had babies in this title. Anachronisms and unlikelihood run amok too. Still, it's all to good effect because oddly, the story is interesting.