Summary: This game takes me back to the other 2 Lunar games. It is a great series and has an awesome story. This game also does bring up the other games as well but if you never played them its alright as this game does an excellent job on explaining everything.
Summary: The first thing that must be said is that this game isnt a BAD game, nor Broken, but it IS a grind fest, and some of the tactics are just plain cheap. Your main character is an Acrobat, who uses his skills of jumping and kicking to attack twice per turn, not bad as your second character, who is your...
Summary: This is a cute addition to the Lunar series. It was right on par and I think it is good for all ages. If you haven't played the Lunar games before, that is fine. This will get hooked just as easily.
Summary: If you were a fan of Lunar 1 and 2, do not play this game and pretend it never existed. The game is slow in all the wrong ways, and punishes players who want to speed things along. Your characters move at a slow crawl, and to move at a somewhat acceptable rate lowers HP.
Summary: Worst. Game. Ever. It takes a long time to earn enough gill for weapons and armour just to have a monkey attack you and break them. The battle system is pointless. You cannot choose your targets! What is the point? Choose the auto command until you need to heal. Save wear and tear on your buttons.
Summary: The game overall is good, but, as a Lunar fan, I expected a lot more from this DS title. It's a fresh RPG but many of the elements that made Silver Star Story and eternal Blue amazing are missing here
Summary: This game is very "ok" at best,First off the main characters you start with don't even feel right,it takes most of the game to even get to the bland mediocre story that is far better than the first half of this game,i bought it because it was cheap and it was Lunar,the guys who bought the rights to...