Submitted by s8anicslayer 2081d ago | review

GamePro: Sands of Destruction Review

Where most Japanese role-playing games shoehorn you into the role of a naïve teenager on a salvation quest, Sands of Destruction does the polar opposite: it actually tasks you with the job of destroying the world, albeit it in a strangely heroic fashion. Unfortunately, that promising premise quickly becomes generic and it ruins the experience before this adventure ever has a chance to save itself. (Nintendo DS, Sands of Destruction) 3/5

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