Summary: I bought this game last year here on amazon, and I highly recommend buying this game. Its both cute and funny, I could hardly stop playing thought I haven't passed it yet mostly cause I keep buying new games lol o well I hope to finish it soon XD
Summary: I like this game just to play at night when I'm relaxing. It doesn't need a lot of brain power. Perfect for when I'm tired, but not quite tired enough to sleep, but too tired to really concentrate. You have to pout a lot, but that's what the game is all about. I think it's fun to do that & get different things from different areas she had to pout to bring up. It is a lot different from most RPG's. I guess that's why I like it. Also, you don't use the stylus.
Summary: Just finished this. Took me 37 hours but that's just because I'm meticulous. It would probably take 20, if you play like a regular person. Ha. It's really one of the nicest turn-based rpgs I've played though. The system is simple and fun and everything about it is adorable. If you like difficult games, then I don't suggest playing it. It can be pretty challenging if you want it to be, but you have to try at that.
Summary: Are EASILY made up for with how much you will be laughing. Yes it's definitely got issues, but any game you can hand to someone who's never played an rpg in their life and they get hooked for 3 days straight is good. I love this game personally. It's a cute, hilarious twist on your old school Zelda-type games from the point of view of a spoiled princess (there's even a bird who shows up to offer you advice that you promptly ignore).
Summary: That said, it's really bad. Which is a shame, because it could have been great. The combat system and graphics and sound are all acceptable (Although unexceptional), and it has a brilliant concept. However, the bulk of the game is quests where you have to kill monsters, or collect the items they drop, or gather items, and frankly?
Summary: Usually, people buy Atlus games because they offer an RPG experience that has been lacking in Square-Enix games since the merger. But this game is truly one of a kind. Gone are the RPG adventure of the Shin Megami Tensei series or the great dungeoncrawl of Etrian Odyssey/Dark Spire, this game is an odd adventure focusing on a spoiled girl who wants to prove herself to the man she loves (Quite the role reversal from what most RPGS are used to).
Summary: I beat this game in 31 hours, but I know people who beat it in 18. It's not a very hard game. It's pretty repetitive. You go to a town, do some quests, run through a dungeon, kill the boss. Repeat. The constant battling can become tedious (especially in the final dungeon). I just wanted to put out a warning to everyone. The ending is a big let down. There practically isn't one. After the final boss fight (which can be difficult for some) you cannot save.
Summary: (NOTE: I have played this game from start to finish in roughly 32 hours. In this review, I'll use MWMW as an acronym for "My World, My Way".) In MWMW you play the part of Elise, an incredibly spoiled, self-centered princess who has decided it is time to obtain a boyfriend. She meets the Love of Her Life at a party and confesses his destiny to him, only to be appalled at his rejection.
Summary: This game has a very cute sense of humor. Vibrant colors. Great unique style of game. The main character in this game (a princess) is different from the other princesses in other games because she is a bit selfish and won't take no for an answer. I bought this game for my boyfriend for Valentine's day. It came a bit early, so he's playing it already and loves it so very very much.