Monday, February 23, 2009

My World, My Way (DS)


Remember when I reviewed Dungeon Master, the game about the boy with the talking shovel? Now take that game and redesign it with girls in mind. Meet My World, My Way.

Story: You play as Princess Elisa, who is a spoiled young lady in love. sadly, the person she fell in love with was an adventurer who didn't want a useless princess. So she did what any rational person would do, she became an adventurer. Because hr father can't say no to her, he lets her go, and sends someone to secretly guide and protect her along the way. I guess the story is nice because it involves a princess actually doing something rather than needing rescuing. 4/5

The music is forgettable. I can't remember what it sounds like at all. 3/5

The graphics aren't spectacular, but they aren't horrible either. 3/5

The gameplay is relatively simple. You pick a region to go to, sometimes you are limited in your options, and you receive a mission from the villagers. As you level you earn Pout points, which you can use to help you in battle or change the environments (if you need different enemies to spawn). You learn magic by watching enemies cast spells, and hopefully your parrot companion will learn these spells. In towns you can eat meals which will increase your stats. The gameplay is very simple, but not bad. 4/5

I don't think there is much value in replaying. 2/5

It's a cute game,but it's nothing amazing. The gameplay is easy to understand, and the story isn't bad, but it becomes repetitive. 3/5


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