Summary: My first exposure to the Boktai series (from whence came Lunar Knights) was, oddly enough, one of the Mega Man Battle Network games. Blue Moon perhaps? Anyway in Lunar Knights you play as vampire hunters Lucian and Aaron who wield dark and sun weapons respectively. Lucian can absorb the moonlight to power his abilities while Aaron relies on the sun. I won't give anything else away. If you're a previous fan of Boktai get this. If you've never played Boktai get this.
Summary: Don't compare it to Boktai 1. The first was a masterpiece (though flawed). This game is definitely more user friendly and geared towards a perhaps a more 'younger' audience (seems more cartoonish than the first). It has its upside, but die-hard lovers of the first game (who embraced the challenges) will find that certain spark absent from this installment. Buy it if its cheap and your bored for an okay title.
Summary: I'm very happy with this! The game and case looked great dispute use and the booklet was flawless. The game plays perfectly and the shipping was incredibly fast. I just started playing so I don't know much about the game but I'm very satisfied with the experience.
Summary: What I find the most interesting about this game is the large amount of polish it has, The story is very basic and does not contain any weird plot twists or sudden interruptions, it revolves around two heroes, one who relies on the power of the sun while the other relies on the moon, as they try to stop an evil army of vampires from taking over the world, the characters are endearingly fun to watch especially Aaron and Lucian (The main characters and heroes), The actual...
Summary: I think this is one of the best games in the series but I think what they removed for the international release was bull First this is a Boktai game First they removed all trace of it linking to the Mega Man Games Next the change the character names and then they change the story the 2 character dispite what people will tell you pick up a Japan copy of this game and translare it they are the brothers from Boktai 1 2 and 3 yes 3 This is the 4th game in the series the 3rd...
Summary: This game is one of the most kick @$$ games that you will find. The fact that it continues the Boktai saga is enough, but there is much more to it. One thing I love about it is the fact that it incorporates nearly all of the DS's features like so. Mic. Using Ezra, the ice terrenial's burst attack. Blow into it to rain ice on the enemy. Also blow into it to attract enemies, and if the terrenial is glowing, blow into it for a surprise.
Summary: This game is loads of fun especially if you have played Boktai thru Boktai3. It was fun to see the improvements they had made from the original Boktai. I love that it is a unique game that uses sunlight to power your weapon. And since I still have the other games that I can load into the GBA slot, getting the improvement weapons as bonuses onto Lunar Knights makes it that much more fun.
Summary: In Lunar Knights we will have to be crossing great variety of mazmorras distributed by region that presents/displays us in game, to that we will accede marking on the touch screen the place that we wished to go, which eliminates the remarkable reconnaissance element that was in the Boktai saga, since in this one yes was a great region to explore freely.
Summary: I bought this game after reading several positive reviews and a high ranking across the board on different video game sites. Which makes me scratch my head and ask, am I missing something? The RPG aspect of the game is not at all deep, and the mechanics are clunky. The action is repetitive and can largely be avoided to get through a map--which make dungeons quite boring.