Summary: Decades ago, mysterious labyrinths appeared, changing the world forever, with these mazes ever-changing, connecting towns and villages across the world. Many adventurers delved into these labyrinths, with few returning.
Decent game, but I want to smack the localization team.
1 July 2014
Summary: Gaijinworks' localization and translation leaves much to be desired, but the game itself is quite enjoyable... as long as you don't mind an old school JRPG with a lot of old school gameplay mechanics.
Summary: This game is progressing with balanced story-line, and typical dungeon-crawler combat system, fair character develop system,and funny alchemistical system,I really spent lots of time on this game. This is a successful wizardry-like game, recommended to classic RPG players.
Summary: As stated, this is the spiritual successor to the PC wizardry games. As far as I know, it is only available for PSP. The psn download is less expensive. There is no dialogue between individual characters. You are addressed as a group by some npc's.
Summary: The game was a bit fussy. I either fought weak enemies, or a super strong one. If you enjoy this type of game, and have already played the Persona series, then give it a go, if you can find a cheap used copy. If you have not played Persona, then go get it instead.
Summary: What all the other reviews say is true, this is not an easy game. However, it isn't hard because of the way the game works, because of the need to juggle resources, because of the need to manage your party. No, this game is hard because the game, at whim, whenever it feels like it, will kill you.
Summary: WARNING, this game is not for the ignorant, idiotic, or otherwise inept in every way. Back to the review: This game is a wizardry-rogue clone, or more precisely(and I mean VERY precisely) a homage to Wizardry and Rogue clones.