"Admittedly, there's no audio conversation in the game, and the graphics are of low quality. But as you read through the story and deal with its plot points, you easily get sucked in, perhaps in part because of the heart-tugging music. When Lock's sweet little sister gets lost, you feel it in your gut."
"Lock's Quest may be rated 'E', but it's for an older kid. That's because the items, sometimes millimeters in length, may be too tiny for kids to pick up and use, even with the DS stylus. Plus, the difficulty level of the strategy you must use ramps up appreciably in the later levels. Still, there's so much game here -- over 100 quests. And some can be played with one another person using the DS' local wireless multiplayer ability. "