Diehard GameFAN writes: Back on January 20th of this year, I reviewed Sands of Destruction for the Nintendo DS. I felt the game was a very dull and badly broken title, offering little to no challenge or substance whatsoever. It was, at best, a forgettable RPG, and at worst, a reminder of how Sega hasn't been able to give us a good RPG since the Sega Dreamcast days. However, I did find the core idea of the game quite intriguing. In Sands of Destruction your protagonists are out to destroy the world rather than save it. This is pretty outside the box, and it was made even more enjoyable by the knowledge that here, humans are enslaved by insidious and evil furries, which must be slain for their evil deeds. Hey, any game where furries are irredeemably evil and must be put down can't be all bad, right?