Reviews and Problems with Neopets: The Darkest Faerie
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Still just as fun years later
Georgia Lamb, Amazon
2 June 2015
Summary: My brother and I purchased this game when it was first introduced years ago. (We had loved neopets.com beforehand) as elementary-aged kids, the game was pretty challenging and our dad had to kindly encourage us to think critically and not give up in a rage.
Summary: Came exactly on time, and disk was new and perfect. I loved this game years ago and i love it now. This game is perfect whether your seven or twenty five. Its cute and fun and perfect for kids to watch or play. My only complaint about the game itself is there are alot of back and forth annoyances.
Summary: THIS IS TOTALLY A 5 STAR RATING!!!!!! WHY!? BECAUSE I AM ADICTED TO TOR not so much with roberta though… THIS IS AWSOME BECAUSE IF YOU WATCH THE MOVIE IT IS AWSOME AND THE SHIPPING SPEED IS PRETTY FAST!!!!!
Summary: I first beat this game when I was around 7, and I'm still playing it on occasion at 14. I love the story line of this game and it's so much fun. I have always loved fantasy and Renaissance type things, but this was the best game I've ever played. Nothing compares to it.
Summary: SHE STILL HAS HER NINTENDO 64 AND ALL GAMES WIT IT, SHE HAS HER PLAYSTATION, SHE HAS THAT GUITAR THING, AND SHE HAS WII...ALL OF THAT TO KEEP HER BUSY AND STILL MAKES A'S AND B'S IN COLLEGE....IT HELPS RELAX HER
Summary: This game was one of my favourite PS2 games. The quest is DEFINITELY engaging. You travel through diverse areas, once you reach the end of the difficult and puzzle-filled land you encounter a boss. No two bosses fight alike.
Summary: Always a big Neopets fan, I got this game for christmas in 2005 and even eight years later, through Elder Scrolls and Mass Effects and a healthy WoW addiction, not to mention a few internships in Game Writing, it holds up not only as something fun and nostalgic for Neopets fans, but a well-built and...