I'll give credit where it's due, the plot (especially that ending) was pretty good. Now as for production values, this game is horrendous. The main menu theme is also the overworld theme and a dungeon theme. The character sprites are lackluster, and the portraits still have rough edges on then. Spells use cymbals as their sound effect. Dungeons are especially bad with bland puzzles and pathetic gimmicks. Ground combat is mediocre and tank combat sucks. Overall, play it once and then forget about it.
Great story The storyline is good and among the best of the Kemco games that I have played. I may have gotten spoiled by adjustable difficulty settings and buyable items to increase exp or job points because that is something seriously lacking in this one. The controls lack the finesse of some of the other games I have played from Kemco, but all in all, this game is worth playing.
One of my favorites. Great dialogue n plot, 16 bit rpg goodness, mind boggling encounter rates ala SNES era jrpgs. Imagine Rudra no Hihō but with more guns and a tank! Recommended for hardcore jrpg fans!
Its not a good game yet When you get to move the characters to the first village from were you start. One of the characters gets killed not to far into the game. I hope it gets better. If not it will be a wasted game
Quite good A novel take on mobile JRPGs, and one which highlights most of Kemco's strengths. Not the greatest game ever, but well worth the time and effort.
Kemco games seem to fall into 2 categories: mediocre gameplay, good writing, or mediocre writing, slightly more interesting gameplay. This game falls squarely in the 1st category.
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