Reviews and Problems with Izuna 2: The Unemployed Ninja Returns
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Standard Dungeon Crawler
16 November 2013
Summary: Basically the same as its predecessor. The gameplay might get tedious, especially if you're not a fan of grinding and dying repeatedly. However, I thought the quirkiness and personality of the characters made up for it.
Summary: The game izuna 2 is an awesome game but its so hard that i dont recommend for young children. Lol, I even died on the tutorial. But the game is pretty awesome if you like rpg games that are really and are dungeon like than this is a game for you.
Summary: I got this game as a gift and so far they love it. I've tried a few hours on it myself and found it to be a pretty interesting game. You can play different characters, which is refreshing break from playing only one character for RPG's, and also you can equip different weapons which is another plus.
A dungeon crawler sequel that's better than the first
23 September 2008
Summary: I gotta give a lot of props to Atlus for releasing, well, everything they do. They got a knack for releasing good games that aren't flashy or popular enough to get released through other publishers. I've played the original and found it so-so.
Summary: The graphics aren't 2008 type graphics, but the game is still good in my opinion. I've never played the first one, so I can't compare. One of the bad parts is that if you die in a dungeon, you lose EVERYTHING you have on you. So, stock up your storage with stuff you don't want to lose.
A fun little Rogue-Like, if you're into that kind of thing
Sean Maclean, Amazon
9 January 2010
Summary: Izuna 2 The Unemployed Ninja Returns has a lot of things wrong with it: the menu, while competent, needs to be accessed way too often; it's harder than a witches nipple; and it's too damn fun.