Reviews and Problems with Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals
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Fun, but it's not what I expected.
KvBlast "The Goldwell Queen", Amazon
16 February 2014
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: Slight let down from the SNES game that I was so fond of (although this IS a different game). Game seems a little rushed to me and combat is different from what I prefer, my own fault for not researching before hand. All in All though, a good game once you get into it.
Summary: I thought this was a port of one of the old Super Nintendo games, so I picked it up on sale with Prime shipping. Before I opened it though, I read up on it, which I wish I had done before buying it. It's apparently a 'remake', and didn't have the greatest reviews.
Summary: Natsume has some decent games under their belt. But I don't understand what went wrong with Lufia. This is basically a remake of Lufia 2. I think the company did this because the story of Lufia 2 was better than Lufia, and the game is the first chronologically.
Summary: Quite honestly, I enjoyed the original more. I bring this up because there are a lot of events in this game that make sense to those of us that played Lufia II, but would seem stupid, random or confusing to everyone else.
Summary: Lufia 2 Rise of the Sinistrals is the video game that I grew up with. It had everything: dastardly puzzles (Dragon Mountain), enemies that gave a real challenge (Idura, The Giant Spider), and a storyline that was so engaging it was the first real RPG that I played through.