Summary: The plot was still quite alright, put in the nice graphics and music you'd have thought the game is good. However what really grates on me is the battle mode. Sometimes you reaaalllly need to bring them to train senselessly to UP the level before you can really carry on the game (and the villians you fought again are way too repetitive - the same over and over) and you get bombarded with loads of them. Theres a lack of balance of whats enough or not.
Summary: This is a unique RPG which uses beautiful 3D. It's got some really gentle characters in it, like little Euphe, and the main character is a nice guy to control. It's a large game which really challenges new players to the genre, but once you get used to the way things work, you'll need to come back...not only for the lovely dragons, but also for the nice music and elegant animated scenes with neat voice work.
I liked it - of course it's far from perfection but it's OK
2 November 2012
Summary: Overall, I would say this game is nice. The graphic are ok, the cutscenes have indeed no sounds like footsteps or clash of the sword, but once you get used to it you take the game for what it is. The characs are typical, but they're ok too. The battles are not THAT slow that some review pointed out, and they don't take 15 minutes at first levels as someone said; also, grind system is ok, because in every area you must level up until you gain only 15 points of Exp.
Summary: I felt I had to write a review since the only other one, though in-depth and probably well-thought-out, is distinctly unfair. I've played this game for about 3-4 hours now and I'm already drawn in. I don't feel as though the character levelling system is difficult (I'm at level 15 with my characters, with most of my time spent wandering in the town and exploring the forests and caves). The battle system is a little slow, granted, but it's really grown on me.
Patience and persistence required...and A LOT of it.
Nana "I Heart Square Enix", amazon.co.uk
11 January 2011
Summary: At first glance Dragoneer's Aria looks and sounds like a great fantasy RPG about dragons. You play as Valen, a young Dragoon (protector of the dragons) who has just graduated as a tragedy breaks out and the Black Dragon attacks. I bought this game thinking this was right up my alley. Yeah, the theme and the subject might be, but that's where it ends. Without a doubt this game's biggest problem is that it's unbelievably slow.
Conclusion: I got the U.S Version as I couldn't wait for it to come out in the UK. In the game you can create your own weapons and items with items you found as you kill monsters so what ever would drop keep hold of it it might be useful in the future. The story is about 6 elemental dragons that help keep peace on the plante.
Conclusion: I didn't buy this, it was given to me, like a present I suppose you could call it. But people like presents, I didn't like this. This game made me sad. I honestly don't want to spend more time thinking about the game than I already have so I will make this pretty brief.
Excerpt: Dragoneer's Aria Este juego me mantuvo enganchada durante mucho tiempo. Es de rol y los combates son RPG (por turnos); un clásico que se estaba perdiendo y me ha encantado recuperar. Valen es el protagonista y pertenece (bueno, al principio no) a un cuerpo de élite llamada Dragoon que se dedica a mantener el orden entre las diferentes razas del mundo.
Pros: Moderno pero sabiendo conservar las mejores cosas del género .
Cons: Existen juegos con mejor apartado técnico en esta consola .