Excerpt: South America is not the first place people associate with game development. We're used to the lion's share of video game development being in Asia, North America, and Europe. Thus, Mazes of Fate for the Game Boy Advance came as a complete surprise to me.
Excerpt: I should have loved the Darkfort dungeon in Mazes of Fate . It had so many of those devilish little touches that make those diabolical first-person dungeon-crawler RPGs my most masochistic pleasure.
Excerpt: Anyone who appreciates Eye of the Beholder should
take notice to what this game has to offer. Mazes of Fate is described
by Sabarasa as a “first person dungeon crawling role-playing game”, and
the first attempt by this developer at making a video game.
Summary: Mazes of Fate DS is a blend of 2D global maps with 3D environments featuring 360 degree "free look" and movement controls. All dungeons, monsters, elements, and items are animated in 3D pushing the capability of the NDS, providing a perk for those gamers looking for something special.
Excerpt: With Mazes of Fate, you're getting exactly what the title indicates. Well, not so much with the Fate thing, but this game is all about dungeon crawling through mazes. And I mean massive mazes.
Excerpt: Following the traditional course set by almost all consoles before it, the Game Boy Advance has had a series of phenomenally satisfying releases recently, in what will come to be known as its final days.
Excerpt: What makes a good RPG? Is it the storyline? The game play? Or even to some people, the graphics. Mazes of Fate has all three! Sabarasa Entertainment has done extremely well with the making of one of the better RPG’s of today.
Excerpt: Con GBA dando sus últimos coletazos pocos podrían imaginar que aún hay compañías centradas en la realización de aunténticos “must-have” para la pequeña de Nintendo. Mazes of Fate viene a confirmar que pese al poco tiempo de vida que le resta a la portátil todavía es posible sorprender a los...