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Pocket Magazine / Pockett Videogames
Enfin, il est possible de fusionner deux monstres pour en avoir un autre, plus puissant... Côté réalisation, le jeu s’en tire plutôt bien ; graphismes répétitifs mais soignés et musiques orchestrées de belles manières ne gâchent rien. Enfin, le mode Versus vous proposera de jouer en link contre l’équipe d’un autre joueur.
Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible est donc un petit jeu sans grandes ambitions mais qui fait passer d'agréables moments grâce à son gameplay bien rodé et son manque de défauts réels.
Since there's a serious lack of RPGs for Game Boy outside of the common Pokemon and Final Fantasy Legend, Revelations is welcomed aboard the crew with open arms. Although it's not perfect for everyone, it should appeal to those of us who are constantly keeping our eyes open for hand-held journies with tons of battles based on choosing from menus. If you're interested in a role player that goes back to the days when the genre wasn't redefined with 32 bit technology, Revelations is the game for you!
That's Demon Slayer in a nutshell ï¿½ a simple, effective game that's not exciting. The sort of RPG worth playing if you're like me and have some sick desire to beat more of these games than anyone else who's ever lived. If you're looking for more than just competency, though, there's no real reason to play this one.
All Game Guide
Revelations: The Demon Slayer is a sharp change of pace from the bulk of the Game Boy's RPG library. The Square offerings are much better balanced while still offering a solid challenge. If you don't mind slogging though countless battles, or if you enjoyed the old Dragon Warrior style of game, you should find that you're getting even more of what set those games apart.