Summary: It is a really good game with lots of depth. The level up gliche is the only way to beat the game though. I enjoyed the game because it has allot of different characters and has good reply value.
Summary: Rondo of Swords has a unique take on SRPGs where the emphasis is on the path that you take along with the direction when attacking an opponent. After a lot of cookie cutter SRPGs this is refreshing. It is however not as easy as some other titles (even the tutorials take a long time).
Summary: I loved this game if they make a second one I will be the first to buy it. I definitely think Final Fantasy tactics advance 2 will be better than this but I still liked this game. I mean yeah it takes a while to play but FF tactics advance I have like 100 more hours on.
Summary: To start out I recommend this game to any fans of SRPGs such as FF tactics or Fire Emblem. The game is not easy and sometimes you will find yourself trying to beat a mission multiple times, but that is one of the things I like about the game, you have to out think the AI and win through the use of...
Summary: This game is simply great! It's like a Fire Emblem for the DS. I can't get over how good this game is. It's extremely difficult for people new to strategy/RPG's and for people who have been playing them for a while. I recommend this game to everyone out there who owns a DS.
Summary: I bought this game yesterday and man, I tell you, I am so glad I did! The very first stage I had to do 3 times, that's how hard it is! You really need to take time and have a great strategic mind.
Summary: When I was first looking at this game I though to myself alright another fire-emblem and advance wars (both great). When I picked this up I was blown away, 30 or more soldiers are coming at you from all different angles and you only have 3 character to start out with.
Summary: So i bought this game and i thought it would be like fire emblem, or advanced wars (both of which i like). So i did the tutorials (which i admit were hard), and then went on to play the game. Usually, you start out with an easy level, but that was not the case here.
Summary: Before you play the game, I suggest everyone does a run through the tutorial available from the start menu. There are ten lessons in all, each that will teach you how to play the game, otherwise you might find yourself frustrated when the enemy owns you in two seconds flat.