Summon Night: Twin Age Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Summon Night: Twin Age Reviews13
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|1UP||C||Jun 17 '08|
|GameDaily||8/10||Jun 26 '08|
|GamePro||3.5/5||Jun 23 '08|
|GamerNode||7.0/10||Jun 22 '08|
|Games Radar UK||7/10||Jun 16 '08|
|GameShark.com||B||Jun 26 '08|
|GameZone||8.3/10||Jun 23 '08|
|HonestGamers.com||7/10||Jun 21 '08|
|IGN DS||8.2/10||Jun 04 '08|
|Nintendo World Report||8/10||Jun 22 '08|
|Worthplaying||5.5/10||Aug 15 '08|
|GameSpot||7.0/10||Jun 05 '08|
|Nintendojo||7.7 / 10||Aug 25 '08|
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Summon Night: Twin Age Previews
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|IGN DS||Apr 29 '08|
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"Despite these shortcomings, Twin Age isn't bad. Its core mechanics are sound, if inexpertly presented, and the further you advance into the story, the more the level designs open up. Boss encounters can be pleasantly brutal, especially when your foes start dishing out debilitating status ailments and effortlessly dodging your best attacks."
"Summon Night: Twin Age is a pleasant surprise. You won't come for the story, but you'll stay for the gameplay. Being one of the finest examples of how to successfully implement touch controls in an RPG, battles are intuitive, easy and a blast to play. Whether you love collecting loot, building up your characters or fighting hordes of enemies, Summon Night has what you're looking for."
"Unremarkable story aside, Summon Night Twin Age is a solid RPG with a fun battle system. However, the DS isn't hurting for stylus-driven RPGs, so whether or not you pick it up depends on your status with adventures like The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass and The World Ends With You."
"A generally gratifying gameplay experience. Makes good use of the DS hardware and offers players a unique and functional method of controlling the action. It stumbles in the exploration surrounding that, and in its largely derivative storyline."
"Summon Night: Twin Age isn't going to set the world on fire. However, if the world happens to already be on fire, you might find yourself just distracted enough by this game that you won't notice the flames until your dog comes in bald and smouldering."