Secret of Evermore User Reviews
Developer: Square USA
With the growing popularity of JRPGs in the west during the 90s, Squaresoft had quite a bit of work on their hands in an effort to cultivate their potential boom. Thankfully, they had a subsidiary in the good old US of A to back them up. In this instance, it's a spin off of the Seiken Densetsu series known as Secret Of Evermore (well, that, or a cash in from Square USA; it depends on who you ask). At a cursory glance, it would appear to be Secret Of Mana, only with different settings, two characters – a boy and his dog – and with an even more light ...
it got whatever you need consideret that the game is pretty oldThe bad:
you name it cause I cant find anythingSummary:
I was more addicted to it than final fantasy 220.127.116.11. and 10 together (nah not realy but it totaly rocks)
but there are better game.
and as redemption said
Two thumbs way up<img src="/bigsmile.gif" border=0 vspace=2>
stupid 5000 caracter maximum rule ...
Its made by the same company that made secret of mana!The bad:
Its nowhere near as good as secret of mana!Summary:
All the essential things are there e.g. the "ring" menu system and the n.p.c. character that helps you (your pet dog of all things??) but i just felt that it didnt have the same "magic" as secret of mana. The characters are ok but not as involving as mana's and the story is ok. You still level your weapons/magic up by constantly using them as well. I did like that when u visit a different timeline in the story your dog changes the way it looks e.g when you are in the "space" level your dog becomes a sort of flying toaster ha, ha i kid you not!! Dont get me wrong it is not a bad game its jus...