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Author: sashanan
Posted: September 07, 2008 (12:57 PM)
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Just in case you did have a notion to try the original someday (which would require a new cart considering your old one is sitting in my DS next to me as we speak): don't bother. Your review describes precisely not just Izuna 2, but Izuna 1 as well, minus only the dual character system. Each dungeon will kill you several times, claiming all your items but thankfully not your experience, before you firstr reach the boss, and then they will as well.

Heh, and to think this game will appear forgiving when I go and tackle Baroque on the PS2. That one takes away all your experience each time, too.


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