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Magical Starsign
6.9 out of 10

Magical Starsign

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Overall 6
5.9
Gameplay 6
5.9
Graphics 6
5.5
Sound 6
6.0
Replay value 8
8.0

Magical Starsign

Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
  • Excerpt: Magical Starsign on the Nintendo DS is the biggest disappointment this reviewer has ever reviewed. The role playing genre is notorious for magical content. Magical Starsign is drowning in it. In fact the fighting system in this game revolves almost entirely around magic. Players have to use magic to complete little tasks in this hand held video game. What makes this disappointment shocking is it came from Nintendo. Yes - Nintendo.
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Overall 6
6.0

Magical Starsign

GamesRadar
24 June 2012
  • Pros: Lively, colorful graphics, Well-written, funny dialogue, Simple stylus-driven control
  • Cons: Sloooow-paced battles, Lack of gameplay depth, Hideous characters
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Overall 8
8.3
Gameplay 9
8.6
Graphics 9
9.0
Sound 8
8.0
Storyline 8
7.5
Control 9
8.8

Expert Review

RPGFan
3 February 2008
  • Excerpt: Sequel to the Japan-only release of Magical Vacation (a GBA title), Magical Starsign is the second in Brownie Brown's original RPG series. The game was published by Nintendo a week before Square Enix's Children of Mana, and Nintendo advertised the two simultaneously as cute and quirky RPGs for the DS. I'd played around with the import version of Children of Mana, and it didn't impress me, so I chose to go with Magical Starsign and see how it fared.
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Magical Starsign Review

VideoGamer.com
22 January 2008
  • Excerpt: Starting life on the GBA, the Magical Starsign series makes its debut in the west on the DS, and despite the astrological title it's actually a fairly grounded RPG. You'd think that the potential of a stylus-based interface would have brought far more RPGs to Nintendo's handheld, but the machine is actually fairly starved of the genre, so it's a pleasure to discover that the relatively obscure Magical Starsign is a reasonably good, if not revolutionary, little RPG.
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Review – Magical Starsign

videolamer
15 October 2007
  • Conclusion: * Authors Note: After writing this review, I sunk another 3 hours into the game. During which a character sacrificed life itself to a man-eating plant in order to acquire a magic gummy, robots were determined to be converting people into gummies for a power source, and a giant bug murdered a girl (who was then later resurrected). I don’t know how to reconcile gummies with people-eating robots.
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Overall 8
7.8
Gameplay 8
7.9
Graphics 8
7.9
Sound 8
7.6
Multiplayer 8
8.0
Longevity 8
7.6

Magical Starsign

NowGamer
22 November 2006
Overall 6
6.0
Gameplay 6
6.0
Graphics 6
6.0
Sound 6
5.5
Control 7
6.5
Addiction 8
7.5

Magical Starsign

Nintendo World Report
22 November 2006
  • Summary: All signs point to "yawn.
  • Pros: Cool CG cinematics, Novel battle system
  • Cons: Generic presentation, Novelty runs out pretty quickly
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Overall 8
8.4
Gameplay 1
0.9
Graphics 1
0.9
Sound 1
0.8
Versatility 1
0.8
Funfactor 1
0.9

Magical Starsign (DS) Review

411mania.com
12 June 2006
  • Excerpt: I hadn’t heard a lot about this game before receiving a copy for review, but when I knew I was getting it I did some research, to find this game has been developed by Brownie Brown, the talented bunch who created the original Seiken Densetsu games, including the all conquering Secret of Mana.
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Overall 6
6.0

Magical Starsign

Sofa Cinema
9 June 2007

We foresee future happiness

Pocket Gamer
9 January 2007
  • Conclusion: Greater than the sum of its parts, it's eventually hard to feel anything but sheer joy when playing Magical Starsign
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