Opoona Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
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|1UP||C||Mar 26 '08|
|Console Obsession||7/10||Sep 09 '08|
|EuroGamer||6/10||Sep 09 '08|
|GameLemon||8.0/10||Apr 14 '08|
|Gamervision||7/10||May 19 '08|
|GameSpot||6.5/10||Apr 30 '08|
|GameZone||8/10||Apr 08 '08|
|RPGFan||66%||May 29 '08|
|VideoGamer.com||6/10||Sep 12 '08|
|Zentendo||8/10||Sep 13 '08|
|Gamespy||3.5/5||Apr 08 '08|
|IGN Wii||6.8/10||Apr 03 '08|
|Nintendojo||7.5 / 10||May 19 '08|
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"Opoona's heart is undeniably in the right place. As an RPG, it's pretty standard, yet it manages to be just plain comforting thanks to its quirky looks and sounds -- and even its easy one-handed control option."
"But alongside its flaws, Opoona also has much in the way of highlights, resulting in a very enjoyable, though not quite amazing, game."
"You'd think he'd be happier, even though he's being forced to work... and not enjoying his vacation... and his parents are in a hospital he can't visit... and his sister is missing... and there are evil forces trying to kill him. Okay, maybe the scowl makes sense."
"It may not be for everyone, but for fans of old-school RPGs, especially those who are sick of spiky-haired, angstful teenaged protagonists, its well worth the $50 price tag."
"Opoona emanates a liveliness that will keep even the most jaded role-player from hating it. However, the candy coating goes only so far, and tedious side missions and other frustrating elements sprinkle too much salt onto the sweetness. The first few bites of Opoona are scrumptious, but you'll be full in no time."