Summary: I am quickly falling in love with this game. So glad that I sought it out and bought it. It's not very well heard of, and I can't understand why. Square-Enix is a great gaming company that has produced another RPG wonder. I've been a close follower of the Final Fantasy series, but this game may match my love for that series, which I didn't think was possible. A must-have game in my opinion.
Summary: This game surpassed my expectations. It took me awhile to get used to the double screen battles but after I learned I couldn't put the game down. The intense battles and multiple ways to fight should entertain you for weeks! Came in great condition brand new and arrived really quick.
Summary: The World Ends with you is an awesome game, it's one of the "Must Have" games for the Nintendo DS handheld. It's got a great story, great stylized art, a great interactive battle system that utilizes both of the DS's screens and a great soundtrack. This is another great hit from Square-Enix and if you don't have a Nintendo DS/DSi/3DS/2DS then you can get the Solo Remix of this game for certain iOS devices. It's over all just a great game.
A must-have game! If you want a piece of art you must try this game!
30 July 2013
Summary: The World Ends with You is an action-RPG for the Nintendo DS. It was developed by the Kingdom Hearts team, Square Enix, and Jupiter. The character designs were made by Tetsuya Nomura and Gen Kobayashi. The distinctive art style is inspired by the aesthetics of Shibuya youth culture. Development was inspired by elements of Jupiter's previously released game, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories.
Summary: Anyone who loves the DS, this is pretty much the game for you. The whole game is wonderfully addicting - from the beautifully crafted storyline, the rockin' soundtrack, and the amazing game play. I'm normally not one who cares about game play, but holy crap! I LOVE playing this game! I have never had so much fun farming!
Summary: I'm extremely satisfied with this game. The art style, design, storyline are all incredible. Epic Win in a cartridge right here. I wasn't going to buy it for a while, but I caved in and am seriously enjoying it.
Summary: One of the things that made this one of my favorite games (and by far the best that I own for the DS) is how well the modern styles and themes have been preserved and translated. I bought this when it came out in Japan (Subarashiki Kono Sekai) and I can tell you that every location and every character name, including the NPCs, have been translated perfectly (even most items and badges/pins have had their named directly translated).