Summary: From what I understood, this game was created as a spiritual successor to the Kiki KaiKai series (Pocky and Rocky in US/EU), a game that I really enjoyed during the SNES/Super Famicom days. Unfortunately, this game really doesn't feel as polished or as fun as the original.
Summary: Well this game was not the least bit challenging. The characters were so tiny and difficult to see and the levels were not graphically appealing. It was difficult to finish so I did not. The game was expensive but not worth the price.
Summary: This is a game I passed over, time and time again. Until one day when I heard a few good words about it from Bob "The Game Overthinker" Chipman. I ended up buying it for around $15, and I don't regret my purchase at all. This game is old school, and low budget all the way. .
Summary: This game isn't bad it's not exactly good either it's average if games can be average. Your typical piece of sprite based retro gaming, cast spells at enemies they die. Honestly although I would like to rip on this game a ton for being so cookie cutter I must admit I liked Secert of Mana and...
Summary: Feeling nostalgiac? Heavenly Guardian may seem as if it may quench the need for some brainless, old school shooter action a la Pocky & Rocky if you want to get specific, but the game is so dated that it detracts from the gameplay.