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.
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.
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.
Summary: This gamein all was/is a fun game the story is very typical in RPG's and the game play is also very typical. What this lacks is that most of this has been done before. This game is fun and if your a rpg fan at all you will enjoy this game and the battle system is done rather well but is all keep in...
Great Story, Battle system could be a bit more...difficult
Wally Webb, Amazon
3 April 2011
Summary: I loved that this game provided a wonderful story of the world ending. The voice acting of course gave it a good edge. The gameplay though was weird, I mean, Fighting was awesome and all but it was way too simple.
Summary: To be honest, I find the game fun and entertaining,, but there are some things which can turn off some players. First: Grinding. This is more of an old school JRPG, which means that you'll have to deal with this.
Summary: Pros: Great story. Catchy music. Good voice work. Unique characters, and well laid out back stories. Very challenging puzzles. The game overall is organized very well, no frustrations with menus, or battle system. Cons: Broken battle system (shove all points into flurry, spam Y button to win).
Good ole-fashioned RPG, but not without gameplay issues
30 January 2010
Summary: For fans of the traditional turn-based, random-encounter dungeon crawls of yesteryear, there's good news here. "Sands of Destruction" feels like classic RPG gaming from the golden years of SEGA and Square with turn-based combat, experience points, spells, multiple characters joining your party, etc.