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 got this game with no expectations for it. So it came as a pleasant surprise to find out how much fun it is. Pros: - The story has a lot of comic relief while incorporating some darker themes as the game progresses - Excellent touch screen controls. Everything from combat to shopping controls fluidly even though you are using the touch screen. This is literally the meter stick that I compare other DS games to in terms of their use of the touch screen.
Summary: If you are looking to be blown away by graphics, don't buy this game. Even though the game play is solid, the graphics really are horrible. Since I don't give a hoot about graphics, that doesn't bother me a bit. This game was entertaining and has a good bit of humor too! The front of the box does look a little cutesy, but don't let that deter you from purchasing this game.
Summary: With the flood of RPG's for the DS, it takes quite a bit to stand out from the pack. Magical Starsign manages to accomplish this by providing some enjoyable features with tried and true RPG gameplay to provide for some solid RPG action. The first thing you'll notice is that the game's story isn't without it's share of lunacy and colorful characters, which are reason enough alone to check out Magical Starsign.
Fun game, well thought through, lots of game to play through
17 July 2009
Excerpt: This review is for the Nintendo DS game, Magical Starsign, developed by Brownie Brown and published by Nintendo. The game is a role playing game set in outer space. The game involves six school children who must find their lost teacher, and at the beginning of the game, you must choose your character. Every child has a different form of magic, such as fire and water.
Summary: I had never heard of this game until I read a few reviews across the web. Even after reading about the game and how good it was, I was still a little dubious. Well I needn't of been. A really good rpg with proper elements including turn-based battle, leveling up, buying new equipment in towns/villages, etc. The graphics are pretty good and the story line pretty good too. All in all this is a really good game that is well worth the £10 or so that it go's for.
Conclusion: This game is a wacky space travelling RPG by brownie brown, the sequel to the Japan-only Magical vacation. It came out amidst a ton of other quality DS titles, and unfortunately doesn't seem to have taken off with customers anywhere...I'm going to advise all RPG lovers to give it a chance though. It's not a complex or deep RPG like Final fantasy games etc.
Summary: 1. Warum Magical Starsing? Tja. Ich hatte mir letztes Jahr eine DS gekauft und wollte natürlich damit spielen. Viel mehr als Pokemon kannte ich aber nicht. Ich habe mir dann einfach bei Amazon.de Empfehlungen für mich angeschaut und entschieden, dass das sehr interessant klingt und ich es mal probieren sollte. Da ich es gebraucht bei Amazon gekauft habe (war auch auf jeden Fall kein Fehler), kann ich nichts über den üblichen Preis sagen. 2.