Fun, but Disappointing;
I'll be honest, at first I thought this was the sequel to the original Genesis, and I was extremely disappointed. However, knowing that its not, and looking at just the game itself, it is a very fun and unique game.
I can honestly say I regret the change of gameplay style here. The original Genesis was one of my all time favorite games because of the need to use strategy, and they unique play style. Here, it's nothing more then doing an endurance build, turning on autoshoot and waving your mouse around.
I love the spirit beasts, but they had room to grow. The evolution could have been tied in more to how you play the game, rather then which stones you feed it.
The equipment needs work, at best. I found it poorly structured and at times a bit difficult to understand. Certain equipment had claims to do certain things, with absolutely no explanation as to what these things were, and how they could be useful.
On a happier note, the music and graphics were astounding, as they were in the last game. I simply love the art in this game, as it far surpasses that of most games seen anywhere.
This game was fun, but it was missing that something special that the original Genesis had. I just found this game far too simple and mindless to be considered anything above average. However, I am curious to see if there will be a continuation to this side plot, and I am still very excited to see how Into The Rabbit Hole will turn out.