Reviews and Problems with Legacy of Ys: Books I & II
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B. Stephens, Amazon
12 April 2013
Summary: I had the first Ys as a kid, and I loved it, I played it a great deal, so it's just a flood of good memories to play this one. I have no idea how much has changed, since the alteration of the graphics from what I remember has me feeling like it's a whole new game in many ways. For all that I played it a great deal, I find myself only vaguely connecting the two games, and for the people who liked the old fashioned action games like this, it's a must have.
Summary: The graphics depend on the tastes of each player, but if you are from those who enjoy RPG's of old, then this game you liked a lot in its graphics, besides that the game lets you choose whether to play the older version or the newer (speaking cast of characters and graphics and images). Out of all, very incredible.
Summary: Maybe will not be the best games' Ys, maybe will not be the best remakes that could be done but... still beeing Ys. And is coming 2 Ys (hardcore games) in 1 bundle. You will love that retro style.
Summary: First off this is only fun to play if you owned a turbo graphics 16. The experience smacks of old school boring gameplay which for some reason was the best thing ever back in the day. They have upgraded the graphics and music for the transition to the ds. But they left the game play the same. My biggest complaint is when you toch a npc in town or whatever you automatically start talking to them.
Summary: To preface this review I didn't play any of the Ys games when they originally came out so I don't have any sense of nostalgia towards this title. The gameplay is very simple and the plot is a bit cliche (you need to get a neat sword and save the land) but overall it is a fun game. I spent about $20 on it and it comes with two games which can either be played in classic mode or with the touch screen and a cd with music on it. Well worth it at that price.