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Submitted by BIoodmask 1671d ago | review

N-Sider: Golden Sun: Dark Dawn Review

Dark Dawn ends up a nice revisitation, but probably just a little too attached to the past. Even Dragon Quest has done away with random battles now; it's probably time to ditch that particular aspect, especially with the heavy environmental puzzling element—and some speed-up in the conversations department would be very helpful too.

But it's still a good time, particularly for fans with fond memories of the original games. Dark Dawn is proof that you can go home again (Golden Sun: Dark Dawn, Nintendo DS) -

Kalowest  +   1671d ago
'random battles' Im buying this game.

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