Summary: As with all Azada games, there are several modes of play. The voice-overs and sound effects were very good. The story line is saving the land of Azada after the three elements Mages are imprisoned by Panoptes and can only be freed by paying with diamonds, in his store, to get the element orb and return it to the Mage them so they can restore their realm. The graphics are wonderful, with lots of color and great scenes.
Summary: Pros and cons for this game... PRO: This is a very lengthy game, with a long bonus chapter that opens up new scenes. There are tons of challenging, unique mini-games. The HOS are well-done, but not too numerous as I prefer mini-games to HOS. A great interactive map is provided, which tells you what needs to be done, and also allows you to instantly go to that location. I liked the magic bottle feature.
Summary: Read Smokey's review, it mirrors my feelings, the pros and cons of the game 100%: Good job Smokey! Replay value, if you like the game you will replay it, if you don't chances are you won't. One thought: there are points of user friendly standards in any game, why make a list visually challenging is flat out dumb.
Summary: I couldn't give this game a higher rating because I'm not sure I'm even going to buy it. It is intriguing in that I want to "find out" what's next but after 45 minutes of trial I'm not convinced. Usually I can tell within 20-30 minutes and this one just didn't get me. It does venture away from it's historical game play to include HO and collectibles. I like collectibles but these were a bit cheesy. I didn't like the magic potion gimmick. Was a bit of a nuisance.
Summary: There so many things happening in this game that is hard to write a comprehensive review but the game worth playing. In this part of the story you're once again going through the world of Azada the evil one being the greedy Panoptes who imprisoned the 3 elements Mages and sells the elements for Azada diamonds. My rating goes only 4 because of the list based iHOS (which are also repeating) and I didn't want, as the adventure turned into just another HOPA.
Mrs. Margaret G. Thomas "hot photos", amazon.co.uk
26 March 2014
Summary: A brilliant follow on game. I have bought all the Azada series, they haven't disappointed me yet. Graphics are very good and the storyline is good. Intriguing games to play to help you progress through the game. Although this is a follow on game the main story is only slightly the same as the others, but it is an exciting game. Delivery was very quick and the price was good.