Nintendojo: Avalon Code Review

For all the mediocrity that can be said about Avalon Code, the few truly outstanding things do a lot to help the game. The Book of Prophecy opens some exciting doors for the player; rearranging codes is fun and strategic and the interactive endgame reward makes the experience quite rewarding, even though the story never really achieves its potential. Furthermore, Avalon Code will take about 20 to 30 hours to complete and can become a decent enough time sink for players who really get a kick out of all the Book of Prophecy has to offer. So, while it might not be the best RPG on the DS, Avalon Code offers enough compelling ideas to standout and warrant at least a closer look.

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