Summary: Hands down one of my favorite games that I ever owned for the GBA, and I owned quite a few. Golden Sun is a story about 2 kids that leave their safe, quiet town of Vale to embark on a journey to save the world.
Summary: First, i'd like to say this was a great game. I started by trying to get through it fast but that still took pretty long. The story was almost never ending and it felt good to help other people out and have them help you out by giving a clue, cool item, or new skill.
Conclusion: christian – ive been out of town and (gasp) without access for the past few days. there was an optional dungeon which im not sure whether you played or not that had a challenging battle which forced me to learn the djinn system a little better. all in all though the ease of the game was a detractor.
Conclusion: I agree that the game made some good changes, but like you said Pat, the battles are so simple that I never had to use strategy. Just get my Djinns ready to summon pre battle, and just keep using them (or physical attacks).
Excerpt: Golden Sun Overview Golden Sun, I must agree has been the best game that 'I' have ever played in my life till now. Its just amazing. I loved the whole conept and just loved the story. Its just too good.
Excerpt: Discover the impressionant universe of Golden Sun . You must manage a group 4 characters who must save the world. Line of scenario starting simple, but don't worry, it is not a problem for the play... In any way, the malicious ones are quite present to put sticks in the wheels to you...
Excerpt: Sadly this is not a review of the local takeaway, but it is instead an assessment of an RPG for the Gameboy Advance. So all those expecting a review on Kung Po Chicken and Duck Lap Lap, all look away now.... Still here? Great.
Pros: Great Storyline, Cast and Visuals, Totally Engrossing
Cons: Long conversations and lots of statistics parts may put some gamers off
Summary: I spent a while reading reviews and looking at screen shots for this game before buying and all were praising the game. I was impressed by how the game looked in the screen shots on various web sites, but now with seeing them first hand the screen shots don’t do it justice.
Summary: i consider myself a rather avid rpg fan, usually only buying a console after it has a number of the titles under its belt for me to sink my teeth into. This game is brilliant, released 7 years ago, it still ranks into my top ten handheld rpgs, if not my top ten rpgs altogether.
Summary: In one simple sentence, All GBA fans must have this. Where shall I start? You play the role of a a Teenager named Issac, your task is to bring back the elemental stones from the clutches of evil (I won't mention who the evil guys are.