Summary: You know you need to try it. There aren't many videos but its still a great game. The only problem is you make get a little lost in the beginning but don't worry because its not a big deal. You actually have to think when you enter a battle. You need to know who to kill first because that makes a big deal and if you die don't worry about the last time you saved. Sages come and heal you up at a save point and take a little money but no biggy.
Summary: I ordered this game a while ago, and just got to playing it the other day. It's a really unique and cute game that anyone of any age can play. In the description about, it says you need to flick the nunchuck accessory, which you don't, you actually flick the control stick in order for the character to attack. The only thing I found annoying was that I got lost quite a bit in the beginning, but I'm learning to find my way around.
Summary: I bought this game a while ago and it stinks!!!!! Do NOT buy this video game. There is no point with the little annoying "Bon Bons" above his head as you run around hitting people with it. It is the worst game ever!
Summary: Opoona is one of the most charming RPGs I've ever played, just oozing with unique personality, and a simple play mechanic that has more depth than it looks. The game, officially speaking, is a "Lifestyle RPG," which means there's a lot of life sim elements, but with tangible benefits that carry over into your main quest. The quest is pretty short, and the lifestyle parts pretty shallow, but combines, they're better than the sum of their parts.