RPGamer: Legacy of Ys: Books I & II Review

The simple mechanics and ability to save anywhere, anytime make it an excellent game to play on the road, in bed, or any other time a game must be played in short bursts. Still, when compared to other RPGs available on the DS, it rates right about on par since it does nothing extremely well nor obstructively poorly; the best that can be said about Ys is that it feels unique even today, and the worst that can be said is that its uniqueness does not stand out as being noticeably above or below average. It is enjoyable enough to be worth the money, but hard to outright recommend due to some of its old-school idiosyncrasies.

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