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: This game is outstanding. It looks, feels and sounds just like a traditional console RPG as you would expect on the SEGA Saturn from the long gone 32-bit era, combining 3D polygon playfields with 2D sprites. It has that unique and rare SEGA feel to it, from the unusual and one-of-a-kind storyline to the graphical interface and effects. And it's portable!
Summary: For some reason, this game reminds me of Chrono Cross that was originally on the PSX. Has a similar battle system, and a memorable cast of characters. It has an old school feel to it, but you're not saving the world, you're trying to destroy it. Overall a great game, and if you have an Amazon game credit like I did, definitely a must buy.
Summary: First off, the storyline is amazing; it's just like the anime, with a few minor differences. I really enjoyed playing through it, especially after I had watched the anime. For those who do not already know the story, they will find themselves drawn into the storyline, anticipating what is to come next. The characters are just like the ones in the manga/anime, the playable ones being the 6 main characters.
Summary: If you've played the Chrono games then this game will remind you a lot of the series. Sands of Destruction takes place in a world ruled by beasts; where humans are treated like dirt and are enslaved by 12 beastlords. You take control of a young man named Kyrie, who soon discovers that he has the power to destroy the world. The controls on this game are very fluid and you can easily execute commands for your characters.
Summary: Ich habe Sands of Destruction im Bundle mit meinem neuen DSi XL bei Ebay ersteigert. Bisher ist dieses Spiel (leider!) nicht in Deutschland erschienen, daher bezieht sich diese Rezension einzig und allein auf die von mir gespielte US-Version. | | ° Die Story | Gleich nach dem kurzen Introvideo wird man als Spieler in eine Sequenz gesteckt, in der man weder irgendwas weiß noch anfangs etwas mit anfangen kann.