Reviews and Problems with Izuna 2: The Unemployed Ninja Returns
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Fun and challenging.
Arnold Teddie Rosario, Amazon
26 February 2015
Summary: Yes it did. I played the first one and enjoyed it and I was looking around for this one at a reasonable price that came with the box and manual and this one did. This game fixed many problems the first one had although my only gripe with this game is how every new character you get starts at level one, otherwise I'm having a fun time with this.
Summary: Izuna 2 is an excellent sequel to a somewhat shaky (though still quite good) first game. Improvements have been made across he board, and the new character swap system makes the dungeons much more interesting and strategic. Couple this with the fact that you now have many towns and locations to explore and many characters to talk to and you've got a deep game with lots of opportunities for Izuna's lovable personality to show itself.
Summary: I like to be able to play for a little while then put the game down without losing anything. This is a fun RPG. Oh, I'm in my 40's. The graphics are fine, the dialogue is cheesy, it's just fun. My 10 year old finds the battles difficult and gets frustrated. Some of the levels you have to repeat in order to level up to be able to beat the monsters. If you want a casual RPG that you don't have to get real involved with, then this is the one.
Summary: This game is an excellent example of a dungeon crawler done right. Even if you hated the first Inzuna there's a chance you'll like this. If you liked the first Izuna you'll love this. Much of the other traits of the game have already been stated and can be found on reviews of gaming sites. A wonderful game that pays tribute well to the genre.