it may not be revolutionary, but its great fun none the less
2 May 2013
Summary: Just bought this game a couple weeks ago, i only seen the adds in 2001 and i didn't have a GBA so i had no chance to play it...until now since i now own a gamecube with a gameboy player, so far, i think the game is really good, simple but amusing story, really neat gameplay, a fast battle system and...
Summary: One of the best game in the GBA library. Golden tell the story of the adept named isaac and his quest to stop the ingnition of the four lighthouse, the story of the game is one of the positive features of the game and the graphics for a gba title are excelent, and in adition data tranfer for the...
Excerpt: Golden Sun on the Gameboy Advance was reasonably well-received in Japan and North America, so it was only natural that its developer, Camelot Software Planning, produced a sequel, Golden Sun: The Lost Age , continuing its predecessor's story and inheriting its gameplay and graphics.
Excerpt: Camelot’s RPG career was mostly centered upon Sega systems through the days of the Saturn. Sega’s dropping of the Saturn was felt by Camelot to be unwarranted, and Camelot looked for another system to host its titles.
Excerpt: In the land of Weyard, the force of Alchemy allowed for the development of great civilizations, although this gave way to worldwide conflict that ultimately led to Alchemy being sealed away. The keys to unlocking the ancient power, the Elemental Stars, reside in the mountain shrine of Mt.
Summary: This is a pretty good game but not one of the best. Golden Sun to be very detailed in what you can expect is Action/Adventure/Puzzle/Role-playing. The story line is very good, one of the best aspects about it. It can go either way, you can be bored stiff, or can't wait to keep playing.
Summary: Like many other bored teenagers, when I was looking for something new to do, I turned to the internet to find a new video game to buy. Looking at the reviews, it seemed like Golden Sun was the game for me. Upon playing, my video game urges were pleasantly sated.
Summary: The RPG element know as Djinn class system can be confusing at times, unless you take a moment and figure it out. But than again that's half the fun. The graphics are not as polish as I would had hope. Those are my only complaints. It's a great title and one that should be shared by many.