Summary: For all the bad press this game has gotten, the average RPG fan may have already decided to pass it up. For you reading this though, DON'T. If a semi-tactical RPG with seamless transitions between movement and battle sounds like your taste, then read on.
Summary: If you loved Azure Dreams on PS1 (which I spent hours and hours addicted to that simple yet tasty game) then you will adore Tao's Adventure: Curse of the Demon Seal! It starts a little slow because it has to teach you how to draw some basic, simple symbols but only at the beginning & all are quite...
Summary: Well, here's a remake with a whole new story line taken from Azure Skies (PS1). The controls could be way better, however I think the spell controls fit it well. Just hope you have a good memory or you'll be opening your spell book constantly.
Finally, a DS RPG stuffed with all the right features.
Reuben Gathright "rgathright", Amazon
22 February 2007
Summary: Tao's Adventure: Curse of the Demon seal has all the elements of a good RPG; plot, interaction and an easy to learn game play. Spell drawing is challenging, yet curiously fun, as you learn new spells with each new level up. Numerous puzzle based tower levels, test your navigation skills.
Summary: This is the sort-of sequel to the PS1 game Azure Dreams. I loved the dungeon crawler growing up, so I decided to pick this game up. The story seems interesting and true to the original, the dungeon changes every time you enter it, adding another level of challenge.
Summary: This game is nothing more than a neat gimmick, and that's about it. Don't get me wrong. I have a huge DS library full of completely awesome games. Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin, Mario Kart, Final Fantasy 3, Contact, Metroid Hunters, Sonic Rush, etc. But this game completely blows.
Fun to play, sometimes inconveninet; Overall I liked it.
28 December 2006
Summary: If you are a huge RPG fan, and like many secrets and quests within a game, you might give Tao's Adventure: Curse of the Demon Seal a try. I have always been a RPG fan, and while games like Magical Starsign, Lunar Dragon Song, and Children of Mana are more popular than this game, I think those games...
Summary: We all know that Online RPGs are much better than DS RPGs, and I would not pick this game if you are looking for a RPG that is like the online ones, I don't recommend this game. Tao's adventure has some great graphics, but some features are very unconvenient to use.
Summary: This game is a weak attempt at an RPG. I was highly unimpressed with the graphics, music, and the storyline. You're basically a young kid whose gifted with magic, and you're family is turned to stone by a giant crow.