Summary: This is a great game, the graphics are great for a hand held. The story line is fun, the only problem I had is that when they had a female main character, they had to make her into a ditz or something. Otherwise, a good story line.
Summary: If names like "Rogue", "Larn", or "Angband" bring back happy, ASCII-filled memories, then you will likely love Izuna. The game hearkens back to a time when you could not just haphazardly run through a dungeon, picking off slimes or rabites as you come to them, and just say "oh well, I'll reload" if...
Summary: This is a pretty standard turn-based dungeon-crawler RPG, but with amazingly funny and likeable characters, and quite challenging gameplay. There is just a single hero, with no job choice and no character customization. And yet, the gameplay feels less repetitive than an average RPG.
Summary: Izuna, what an annoying little brat. You start the game and you immediately think to yourself, "Man, I actually know someone like that in real life..." Anyway ... Izuna: Legend of the Unemployed Ninja was a late pickup for me.
Summary: After reading the reviews here I was a bit apprehensive about this game but decided to give it a shot. I am glad I did! The game play is very similar to Children of Mana, but turnbased, which adds a level of low-key strategy to the dungeon crawling.