Reviews and Problems with InuYasha: Secret of the Divine Jewel
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10 September 2008
Excerpt: Mary Sue-ism is a term that I'm sure many of you are familiar with. For those who are not, a Mary Sue is a fictional character who's basically a Little Miss Perfect with zero flaws who exists purely for an author's wish-fulfillment fantasies.
NDS Review - 'Inuyasha: Secret of the Divine Jewel'
12 February 2007
Summary: Inuyasha: Secret of the Divine Jewel is an RPG featuring an all-new original storyline, original characters created exclusively for the game and an intuitive battle system based on action from the popular animated series.
Conclusion: The soundtrack isn’t quite so bad, but not great. The show features some brilliant songs, most especially its opening/ending tracks. The game, unfortunately, doesn’t seem to share any of this inspiration.
Conclusion: Rumiko Takahashi's popular animated TV and comic series Inuyasha comes to life in this brand new adventure for the Nintendo DS. Players will experience the intriguing origins and exciting stories of all-new characters as they join beloved well-known Inuyasha characters in the struggle to unlock the...