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.
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.
Summary: I love RPG games, but Nintendo's Nintendo DS isn't so hot on games for that genre. I found this while shuffling through games at Game Stop, found this one, and bought it. The basic story line of this game is that you play as a child of an extinct Bente tribe.