Summary: I'm a girl who is into beautiful graphics. This one just did not thrill me.I want to kindly thank you for your sending this game in a timely fashion,but I just was not thrilled The graphics were too flat,and I had too many corridors to deal with.I should have chosen better.
A seamless blend of old fashioned turn based RPGs and new technology and graphics
22 November 2011
Summary: It's a turn based RPG. You can ONLY move one step at a time; the same is true for the monsters. The dragon, whom you purchase items from, is a visual delight, as are the fights and scenery. The monsters are fun, not too easy as to become useless but not hard enough to be impossible, and is long enough to not end without a feeling of satisfaction.
Summary: This game is AMAZING. It's a first-person, turn-based action RPG and a dungeon romp. But it's more than just that: it's an incredible game. Sure, you can complain that the monsters are 2D, or that it's turn-based, or that it's "just a dungeon romp." But! even with two-dimensional monsters, you're in a three-dimensional environment with great graphics, some of the best I've seen on the DS; the turn-based function isn't a bad thing, I happen to own a RTRPG on the DS ( )...
Buyer Beware - Not turn based and not that much fun
Marcos "proletariat", Amazon
31 October 2011
Summary: I purchased this game used on a pre-played discount rack. Cartridge based games are a bit safer used purchased then a disc, but now I'm wishing I would have bought something for my PSP that day. The box clearly advertises that it is "TURN BASED COMBAT" This is not what most RPG players would define as turn based battle.