WTF is this?! It has no mudkipz!
This game is a fusion of Final Fantasy 7+, Diablo 2 and Resident Evil I didn't like the battles because your skills took too long to recharge and once you got off the ship, the enemies did way too much damage to be able to compete with them.
This would be incredible, if it were a demo...
But it is not a demo. This game is meant to stand alone. I have to say the visuals, the pacing, the gameplay were superb. It's difficulty was maybe just a hair harder than perfect. It was quite a trial to beat it, I had to respec a few times. But I did beat it, and it was gratifying. But when this did, at last, happen I was shocked to find I had finished the story.... if you could call it a story. A character is introduced with absolutely no explanations to how he got there. The blind man isn't revealed to be relevant. It just didn't go anywhere, there's no point for the story to even exist. It's like someone wrote the first ten pages of a screenplay and just declared it finished. But as meaningless as the story was, I've never seen any flash RPG with such flawless gameplay. For that it ranks far far above average. It's something to be extremely proud of. In conclusion, if there were a Sonny 2, I'd definitely play it.
First of all Hardcorecritic uhhhh you were suppose to click on the picture of the sword
And the glitch was if you get to second level go to training mode then exit(without saving anywhere)and you load your game it'll go back to the boss battle.Now when you beat it again you'll still b stuck on the boat (What i'm saying is after i beat that boss i couldnt advance to the next level) But overall it was good
You can advance you have to press the brown map button.
Too repetitive for my tastes...
Just was too repeating for me. Got a little bored after 10 minutes, so there ya go, there's my review. It seemed like a good storyline though, and I liked that. The only thing I would reccomend is not putting a person that you can't play as on the battle screen.
Fair enough. Although I don't completely agree with "not putting a person that you can't play as on the battle screen."
Come on Krin, you can do better. We've seen it.
This rates as a somewhat above average flash game. But after Sinjid SotW, it is quite clear that Krin's team is, or was, capable of making something MUCH better than an average flash game. What on Earth happened? The battle system is pretty nice, but the skills and difficulty balance are not good at all. The skills are extremely bland - the ultimate physical attack skill is hardly better than the very first attack skill in the tree, and can only be used very infrequently, and there are no real jawdropping, showstopping moves that I've seen, unlike the Sinjid series. The difficulty is pretty odd too - some fights you can win in three rounds without getting scratched, and in the very next fight you get stunlocked and killed without having a chance to fight back.