Summary: Another great Atlus game. It is not difficult or complicated, just plain fun. I am on level 20, and will finish the game soon. The battles are easy once you get the hang of things, even the bosses are fairly easy, except for the last one. It has been very fun creating my 20-level dungeon.
Summary: This game is amazingly cute and helps me when I need to think in a more tactical mindset. You can only do so much each in-game day, but that just encourages the player to think before they dig or build. It's a very fun game, and the battles are challenging.
Summary: I think overall, I'd rate this game 4 and 3/4 stars. Much like any game, there's a lot of small things you could add in to appease a certain audience and alienate the other. I was somewhat skeptical on how this game would play out, it read as if it would be boring.
Summary: This game is SO FUN! I wasn't expecting too much, but I'm very fond of dungeon building (a leftover form dungeon keeper), so I took a shot. This is actually very entertaining and a little challenging. Design your own dungeon! Fight and capture the monsters who move in! Collect items! So cool!
Summary: I write this review from the perspective of being a middle aged mom who loves the DS. I like a variety of games, particularly puzzle, simulation, and seek and solve. The only similar game I have played and loved was The World Ends With You by Square Enix---the other RPG's or Dungeon Crawler type...
Summary: This game is outstanding. The concept of the game is very novel and they pull it off well. They may bill this as a kiddy rpg, but I think any rpg fans could enjoy it. Pros: Cute graphics Simple controls Great storyline Unique way of 'leveling' your stats.