Summary: : Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time, as one of the last releases for the PSP, is also one of the better ones, as it offers a solid real time strategy RPG experience to players that’s lengthy and robust, if you can ignore the odd issue or two along the way.
Excerpt: RPG Fans with a level over one hundred know Atlus well. Atlus brings over many role playing games that the American audience would not normally see. These can be quirky titles, or games that hardcore gamers will worship for years to come.
Excerpt: This is going to sound like a Yogi Berra line, but the problem with nostalgia is that it’s never quite like you remember it... Playing a game on PSP is surreal enough, considering how far the hardware has taken us, but it’s fitting that Sony’s handheld is mostly in the realm of nostalgia these days.
Summary: Everytime I put my PSP down, something comes out to make me pick it back up. And it's usually an RPG. That said, I have no problems with new title releases late in the system's life, especially when they're as engaging as Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time .
Excerpt: As time goes by and one generation of handhelds bow down to make way for new hardware, I can't help but notice a recurring theme, not only on the PSP but on the Vita as well: people love recreating console RPGs on handhelds.
(PlayStation Portable Review) Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time
The Entertainment Depot
30 August 2012
Summary: Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time has a lot going for it and can be an incredibly engaging title, but its nearly decade-old design is showing its age. A lengthy adventure mixed with heavy character interaction and plenty of combat awaits those who can put up with obtuse mission directives, excessive...