Summary: The game may have had a good story, and the art is good. But I never was able to fully appreciate it because of the horrible control scheme. It seemed they wanted to focus as much as possible on the touch screen component to the point that the game felt clunky and uncontrollable. I gave it as long as I could and 3 hours into it I just couldn't do it.
Summary: This game is just a below average RPG. The characters are annoying and rpg stereotypes, the plot is pretty dumb and shallow. Like at one point you have to kill this insect queen "because" (I think it was mole people) were warring or couldn't access their food or something. Like it was so contrived and poorly thought out. Like this kids are killing political leaders because they're told to? How do we know the insect aliens weren't peaceful, or non-threatening?
Summary: The party formation and planet mechanics are pretty neat, but the music and graphics are subpar, the controls are clunky and counterintuitive, and the combat is very slow since the animations are unnecessarily long and drawn out.
Summary: This is one of my childhood games, and I enjoyed replaying it. I will admit there are a few logic stuff about this game that kinda bug me, but all in all I think it's a really good game, what I love most is the storyline. The further you get in the game, the more you find out what's going on until you know what's REALLY going on.
Summary: I purchased this game because it was only 2.99 at the time. The reviews made me hestitate, but hey, it's only three bucks. In Magical Starsign, you'll play the role of a magic student. Your teacher goes missing and you set out with several other characters to rescue her. That's the basic plot, and the game doesn't deviate much from it, if at all. That is, you're not going to be doing a lot of side quests or playing through sub plots.
Summary: There's nothing wrong with the game. but it's so middle of the road. The graphics are nice, but the character designs are atrocious. There's some fmv scenes thrown in, but they're so grainy. It's like watching a scene from a PS1 game. It plays ok, but there wasn't much in terms of gameplay and story to keep me interested. I can see why Nintendo never offered a sequel. Not bad, but not memorable either.