Magical Starsign Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Magical Starsign Reviews9
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|GameBrink||90%||Jul 17 '06|
|GameDaily||7/10||Oct 30 '06|
|Gamerz-Edge||8.5/10||Oct 31 '06|
|NintendoDS Advanced||7.5/10||Nov 11 '06|
|RPGamer||3/5||Nov 14 '06|
|RPGFan||83%||Nov 26 '06|
|Thunderbolt||6/10||Nov 25 '06|
|GameSpot||7.3/10||Nov 01 '06|
|IGN DS||7.5/10||Oct 26 '06|
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Magical Starsign Previews
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|GameSpot||Jun 26 '06|
|IGN DS||Jun 23 '06|
|Yahoo! Video Games||Jun 26 '06|
|Kombo DS||Oct 30 '06|
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"Magical Vacation: 5 Hoshi ga Narabu Toki is the latest RPG from Japanese developer Brownie Brown, the company behind Mother 3 (also known as Earthbound) and Seiken no Densetsu (Secret of Mana). Its been over 4 years since the first Magical Vacation game was released for the GBA in Japan back in 2001 and it was a great success. With DS in hand we're set to go off on another magical adventure."
"Magical Starsign is a lighthearted role-playing adventure that partially makes up for a lack of gameplay depth with its quirky, oddball world."
"While the game is definitely a blast for hardcore RPG fans, anyone not into random battles and turn-based gameplay will want to stay away from Magical Starsign, as it is still a very traditional design. The game has a great battle mechanic with some strong diversity and strategy elements, though its a bit too linear in its story. The overall presentation is amazing though, and anyone looking for a true classic RPG should look no further."
"Magical Starsign does an excellent job at taking the classic Turn-Based RPG formula and turning it into something fun for Nintendo's new handheld device. Brownie Brown succeeded where others failed, and that's something we can all be happy about."