Draglade Pro Reviews
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|GameSpot||6.5/10||Mar 15 '08|
|Gamestyle||6/10||Jun 28 '08|
|GotNext||4/5||Dec 10 '07|
|HonestGamers.com||7/10||Apr 28 '08|
|IGN DS||7.0/10||Dec 07 '07|
|Wonderwall||6.1/10||Apr 24 '08|
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"There are a lot of neat little things about Draglade, but they're not taken advantage of as much as they should have been. Therefore, Draglade ends up being enjoyable but hardly robust."
"While Draglade is squarely aimed at preteen boys, and will resonate most with that audience, it's a clever, unique game that big brothers and parents might find themselves spending time with, too."
"It's great to see developers create something a little bit different, and Draglade is just that. It's certainly an unrefined formula with a lot of rough edges, but the experimental combat system works well and is fun to play."
"If you're looking for a well-written, unique RPG fighter, Draglade is going to disappoint. The story mode can be played through with each character in just over two hours, the story is token "I want to be the very best." commonplace, and the characters did absolutely nothing to pull us in. What Draglade offers, however, is some solid battling centered around a unique beat-based combo system, allowing for a ton of customization and depth within a basic three-button fighter. The game oftentimes reminded us of the Tales series by Namco, as it pairs simplistic controls with a surprising amount of depth during combat, but throughout the experience we still couldn't shake that "every-game" feeling we get from Draglade, as it looks, feels, and acts like dozens of generic anime-inspired pocket titles before it. If you're looking for a solid fighter with a large amount of customization, local and online battle support, and a strange but entertaining gameplay hook, however, Draglade is a solid choice."