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RPGFan (Dec 12, 2009)
Asguaard is easily Aldorlea's most ambitious commercial title to date. It maintains that familiar Aldorlea flow that longtime fans will easily fall into, while also introducing some elements that deviate a little from their usual formula. Players seeking to do a standard playthrough of Asguaard will probably spend 25-45 hours on the game (depending on the difficulty level and amount of time veered off the beaten path), but spending the purported 100 hours is possible, especially for completionist players who like to explore every nook and cranny of every area. My overall opinion is that although I certainly enjoyed Asguaard and all the effort put into it, my favorite Aldorlea title is still Millennium, but that is purely just a matter of taste.
Realm of Gaming (Jan 03, 2011)
As a throw-back to the days of classic RPG's when playing a game meant doing just as much reading as getting through a long novel, an old school turn based battle system, and Anime inspired sprite-like character design Asguaard definitely succeeds.
GameZebo (Feb 19, 2010)
Asguaard feels like a game meant as a love letter to the nostalgia that many gamers rightfully feel for the 16-bit era of RPG console games, but it's very hard to appreciate. The combat just isn't fun at all.