Summary: Sands of Destruction is a very solid game in terms of story, but the gameplay itself suffers from a few flaws that end up holding it back from being truly great. I would recommend it to anyone that is a fan of turn-based RPGs though.
Summary: I play RPGs for two reasons, story and characters. The story, while different in some ways, was bland a boring. Most of the characters were also bland and boring with two standing out. The first being Taupy Toplan, a teddy bear bounty hunter and the biggest badass in this game and the second being Morte Asherah the lead female character and the most annoying character I have ever come across in any RPG.
Summary: Enemies in this game are incredibly hard and able to take more advantages than you in battle, you get little experience, and the voice acting is appalling. The fighting system is weak, too. I never finished this game; I just sold it. ._.
Summary: Awesome game, graphis are excellent, but for those that havent seen the sries look it up and watch it its a great series, cut short we need to bring it back, spread the word bring back the series.
Summary: Before I get started I will come out and say that I watched the entire anime well before I even knew it was a game. I loved the series and the whole idea behind it is pretty great. When I found out about the game being a turned based rpg it made me really happy. I got the game and it worked great, but as I got a little in to it I realized that it was not going to be a cake walk... The game is pretty tough (Even frustrating at times).
Summary: Kyrie and friends are out to destroy the world, and what a crappy world it is: humans are oppressed and maltreated at the hands of the Beastlords and the ferals they lead, and on top of that the oceans have turned to sand as the planet slowly decays. Wrenched from his peaceful village by a disaster he created, Kyrie is swept along by the strong and vengeful face of the World Annihilation Front, Morte, as she battles against the forces that stand in the path of...
Summary: I won't bore you to death, but after playing this game for 15 hours, and with the end seeming nowhere in sight I would like to say that this game is a puzzle game disguised as a RPG. Yes there are the usual RPG elements but the "dungeons" are all ingenious mazes laid out in such a way that you really have to use your mind to figure them out. And no two are alike in anyway!! A very nice and unexpected twist.
Summary: I love role playing games and Sands of Destruction is no exception. Though it starts out a little quirky, the game progessively gets more challenging and a lot more fun. It was kind of nice to destroy a world rather than save it like so many cliche RPGs these days.