Reviews and Problems with Blade Dancer: Lineage of Light
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RENT IT FIRST!!!
R. J. Weber "Software Architect", Amazon
22 March 2007
Summary: If you are unable to rent this game before you buy it, I suggest you skip it. Oh, you'll be taken in at first by the pretty graphics and immersive environments, and you will want to like it. You may notice some idiosyncrasies here and there: a save system that relies on save points that are few and far between, an almost entirely linear path from the starting point of the game to the end (i.e.
Summary: I ADORE RPGs but i absolutely HATE this one!! the battle system has you waiting 20sec or more for the moon to make a full rotation before you attack. Once you destroy and enemy on the 'map' it comes right back, so you must clear out of the area. While you are accessing your menu, you can be attacked. Your weapons break after a couple of battles, so you have to constantly by more materials to make them.
Excerpt: If you’re looking for a deep and involving role-playing game (RPG) for the PSP then look no further. It has a great battle system, a complex crafting system and plenty of looting too. Plot: Blade Dancer is set in the world of Lunadia, a place that was home to a fierce battle in the past between the evil demon lord and the guardian of light. Fast forward to the present day and you play a young warrior called Lance who is closely entwined with the past.
Pros: Great battle system and deep crafting system
Excerpt: I really dont know why i bought this. I was looking for an interesting RPG game for my PSP that would keep me going through a 9 hour car journey. So on ebay i read about Blade Dancer " the tale of a young boy and his monkey set out to help the weak and the needy " . . .You know half way through the journey i gave up and played on my nieces High School Musical DS game.
Pros: Good if your not into a deep , rivveting story line
Cons: so many ? game play, graphics, story line, narration
Conclusion: let me give you three statistics which are absolutly true. 40 hours of gameplay 39.5 hours of repetive fighting and levelling up 0.5 hours of storyline.'Nuff said. RPG fans apply not. This is for the ADD, pubescent teens.