Summary: I did not enjoy this product. It doesnt have any of the super sparkles that sega games usually have. For some reason they have voice acting in the game which is really bad. Sad hippo X 10!!!! I want to build a machine that will transport me into this game so I can slap the main character around for awhie because he is a total zanzibar. I would also force him to make me breakfast!
Summary: This game has a great story and fairly interesting characters, a decent menu system and a great battle mechanic called "quips" (phrases spoken by party members randomly that benefit the individual or party). And I really, really wanted to like it. But I couldn't pass my 5-hour rule. (If an RPG hasn't grabbed me by 5-hours in it's time to move on).
Summary: Sands of Destruction looked like a great game, thanks in no small part to its list of supremely talented creators, who made the classic PlayStation RPG Xenogears. Their latest work looked to recapture some of that magic, with 32-bit style presentation and combo-driven battles. Unfortunately, something went horribly wrong during production and what could have been one of the better RPGs on the Nintendo DS went off the rails completely.