Reviews and Problems with Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals
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it is still fun it it's own right
MSMJ Shaffer "FMZ", Amazon
13 June 2015
Summary: While this isn't the same as the classic Lufia games, it is still fun it it's own right. While not keeping in traditional game play, the combat and other aspects of the game offer a different perspective to what is a more obscure series. Overall pretty solid!
I tried over a dozen times before I gave up in disgust. I can only imagine how a kid or ...
Gina Marie Ritter, Amazon
28 March 2015
Summary: Ugh. I don't know how they could even call this a Lufia game, it is missing all the charm of the early Lufia series. Plus, I got hung up on a sequence early on with a mine cart level and having to press buttons in a certain sequence to get through it.
Summary: Just got it yesterday. Heard aboyt it a year back and was a big fan of the Lufia series on the super Nintendo back in the day and this game was in particular my favorite in the series. I turned it on and was entertained by classic Lufia music, Characters and areas.
Summary: I'm a die hard Lufia 2 fan. this game held true to the spirit of it's parent. Rebooting this game is a dream come true for me. keeping the whole puzzle game concept and just changing the combat system is a huge win. love it.
Summary: This game is fun, but not the same as the other Lufia games. The only other Lufia game I have played so far is Lufia: The Legend Returns, for Game Boy Color. I picked that game up randomly when I was a young teenager, and I fell in love with it.
Summary: The only other Lufia game I played was Lufia 2, back on the snes. I loved that game, this game... not so much. While it's fun to playthrough once, the game expects you to play through it once again to unlock hidden dialogue and other small distractions.