Summary: Not as good as the first two IMO, but still a great little gem. Recommended for sure. Just make sure that you go in with fairly moderate expectations, as well as preparedness for A TON of text.
Summary: enjoyed the play through and there is replay value, however i still find titles such as "fire emblem" giving you much more in terms of replay and rpg strategy. the game is however more comparable to final fantasy and in that case i choose ff over golden sun.
Summary: Just as good as the original and the sequel. Dark Dawn's cut scenes are longer then I can remember but nevertheless if you enjoyed the golden sun and golden sun: the lost age you will thoroughly enjoy dark dawn. The dijin even have their own individual look to them.
Summary: This game is a sequel to Golden Sun and Golden Sun: The Lost Age , both for the Gameboy Advance. I do not own a Gameboy Advance, nor do I own a regular DS, so I have never played these games. I understand that they're really really good, but I only know this from hearsay. All that I've got to judge the series on is this game. And it is a bit of a mixed bag. The gameplay here is pretty clever.
Summary: Golden Sun Dark Dawn is a sequel, of sorts, to the original GBA games. You play the son of the main character from the first games in this one. The battle mechanics of turn based fighting are in place here, with only the Djinn really changing things up. Depending on the Djinn you equip on characters, they will have different spell abilities and also ramifications towards what class they are. Part of the strategy is equipping your entire crew with complimentary Djinn.
Summary: The game arrived a few days before the estimated arrival date which made me very happy. I have not really gotten into the game yet, as I got it soon after getting the 3ds and have been going in between games. The graphics are pretty good for a handheld game, and the story is interesting.
Despite some aggravations, another solid delivery in the series
Karsten Treu, Amazon
10 January 2013
Summary: I recently re-received this game after it was lost after only one playthrough. I did not accomplish everything I'd hoped on the first run, so a year later I've been pushing through it again. I'll keep this brief, so here are the pros and cons I can list for you: Pros: If you enjoyed the first two GS games on your Gameboy Advance, and have yet to play this one, it's absolutely worth picking up.