Summary: Excellent. Brilliant. Majin has one of the best voices for a creature that doesn't exist in the real world. You will mock him while playing, but then you'll be in the kitchen and your wife will ask you to do something and you'll be like, "I can't dooooo." Totally Majin'd her, Awwww yeah.
Summary: It's a shame that this game's release got overshadowed by Enslaved. North American critics disliked this game only due to the giant's voice in the English version, but if you can bear his cuteness, this game is really something.
Summary: This is a really interesting take on the classic Zelda-style ARPG, and it's a hell of a lot of fun. The puzzles are light but varied, there are plenty of powers to get and the visual design is great. The writing and voice acting are... OK, but above average for a "budget" Japanese localization.
Summary: It took me about 15 hours to fully beat this game, there are $60 games out there that don't offer that much playtime. The gameplay is great. Controlling the Majin is always fun, climbing around is fun. All of the adventure elements are well-executed.