Submitted by RaikRhythm 1014d ago | review

Games of the Past Review: Sands of Destruction | Oprainfall

Oprainfall writes:

"When I first discovered the wonders of watching anime on Netflix, one of the first series that caught my eye was Sands of Destruction. The heroes want to destroy the world? And it’s produced by SEGA?! I was intrigued, since I’d already enjoyed some Square Enix-published animes (Soul Eater and Fullmetal Alchemist). Once I was finished, I did a little research, hoping to find more of SEGA’s work, and discovered that Sands of Destruction was actually adapted from a Nintendo DS game of the same name. And thus, my journey with this RPG began." (Nintendo DS, Sands of Destruction) 3/5

Chrono  +   1013d ago
This is a wonderful RPG ruined by a broken battle system.
knifefight  +   1013d ago
I remember, before this came out, the hype was through the roof because a few people from Xenogears were involved. Ugh. This piece here couldn't be more true:

It goes for all kinds of overhyping, really.

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