Unless you're a dungeon-grinding masochist (no offense), the game may not offer all that much enjoyment. The nicest thing you can say about its difficulty is that Izuna 2 isn't as diabolical as its compatriots, but its admirable art and writing could draw in new players. For most, constantly losing and starting over isn't so fun, and the lesson you'll learn in defeat is that this game is way too hard to be worth it.
- The rush of beating a dungeon
- Authentically funny dialogue
- The masochistic joy of level grinding
- Constantly dying
- Losing all your stuff
- That you need to grind levels at all