Excerpt: Summon Night Twin Age reminds the RPG Master of the Secret of Mana series. The action is hack, slash, magic, and summoning monsters to dispose of the bad monsters. This fantasy world is shared with spirits who can grant people powers.
Summary: With the Nintendo DS there are times where all touch controls are perfectly appropriate, case in point The World Ends With You. And then there are times where it is better to have mainly D-pad controls, like the Castlevania games.
Excerpt: Not all sports cars are Mustangs and not all Mustangs are sports cars. That's my interpretation of one of the key themes in Summon Night: Twin Age for the Nintendo DS, the latest in the series to enjoy a North American localization effort by the industrious folks from Atlus.
Excerpt: The Summon Night series has a decent following in Japan. Since its release as a Strategy-based RPG for the PSX in 2000, the core series has seen three more strategy installments with five offshoots that focus on action.