Excerpt: When I was a child, one of my favorite books claimed to be able to interpret dreams. I had an overactive imagination, so I liked seeing what my dreams said about me. Though I don’t particularly believe in dream divination anymore, the book still holds a place in my heart.
Excerpt: Dual Hearts begins with the treasure hunter Rumble (quite the name, eh?) who is doing what he does best – finding treasure. Technically he’s titled a Ruinseeker, and he’s come to Sonno Island in search of the greatest treasure of all, the Dream Stone.
Excerpt: 2002 was a year of big-name games and even bigger hype. Some was deserved, some wasn't, but it was hard to avoid being bombarded by the media for those certain titles that shall go unpromoted in this review.
Excerpt: Dual Hearts was one of this fall's RPG releases, but it was largely overshadowed by another Hearts game… Kingdom Hearts . Although it isn’t quite as good as it’s Squaresoft counterpart, it’s still a fun game with some noteworthy features.
Excerpt: Leave it to Atlus to bring a game to the States that is just a little different from the norm. With the niche success of Skygunner previously this year, Atlus is looking on building that same kind of success with Dual Hearts .
Excerpt: Dual Heart 's treasure hunter, Rumble, arrives at scenic and quiescent Sonno Island in search of the priceless Dream Stone, his latest endeavor to shake an awful case of wanderlust, boredom, and loneliness, which camped in him after he attained the rank of "Ruinseeker", the highest class of...
Excerpt: Platform: PS2 Genre: Action/RPG Publisher/Developer : Atlus Release Date: September/2002 Dual Hearts is an interesting RPG that can be called anything but generic; Atlus infused this title with a heaping helping of platform acrobatics and partner-based gameplay to mix things up a little bit.