Summary: Written by my young child, approved by me: This game is super fun. You can collect 55 Zubos, including the bonus ones. It's fun because you can play through worlds, and the Zubos are cool, and each one has an exclusive move. My favorite is Snappy; his main move is a field goal, and it's pretty fun, in fact, the whole game is funny. Written by the teenager in residence, approved by me: I agree with my little brother. This game is super funny!
Summary: Sometimes you can maneuver around the map and perform tasks out-of-sequence, which in turn unlock parts of the story that don't make sense. Because I thought this would only happen a few times and not matter much, I pressed on until I reached the last level. This game needs to WARN PLAYERS that if they do not make their way around the maze (after reaching the crashed UFO) and go down the proper paths, they can become locked in the game.
Summary: As a huge fan of Patapon for the PSP, I was glad to see a rhythm-RPG come out for the DS. Overall, this is a fun little game - probably better suited for the younger set. But there are a few annoying elements to the game that hinder a nice concept. Pros: - great concept - the attack moves are truly funny - the fast fwd through the enemies' attacks is a much needed feature - the characters (ie Zubos) are great.
Summary: This game is actually pretty fun. I would classify it as a very beginning RPG for kids who are ready to get into RPG's and teens or adults that can appreciate the quirky humor. The story is just as basic as it comes. You get quests to fulfill and you go about completing them. The control is entirely stylus driven and, for the most part, works pretty well.
Summary: This is lovely rpg type rythm battle game - the battle system is stunner and the animation and characters are really fun especially in the battle scenes - this is better than the likes of some of the bigger priced titles in my opinion and a nice treat at this price.