Summary: The storyline starts out fairly well, and the graphics are great. The voice acting is a bit on the fake side. However, aside from the nice visuals, the battle system is very unstable. I usually don't die within the first six hours of a video game, but in Dragoneer's Aria, I had already died 12 times within the first three hours. The random battles are just that--random about what you'll actually encounter. During one battle, you may come away without a scratch.
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 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.