Reviews by Androgyn
Lovely and fairly uniqueAndrogyn | May 23, 2014 | Review of Sylia
How often do you trade your hero with a big sword and his shy cleric love interest? Sylia lets you deal with a cast of animals and uses this nice twist to its full potential by giving them innovative spells. For instance the dog can "yelp" and try to enroll enemies (that become permanent characters). With a pretty crazy story to play, Sylia is a good game for players who are tired of the old RPG formula.
Great title and initiation to the genreAndrogyn | May 22, 2014 | Review of 3 Stars of Destiny
The game is a bit old but once you get used to it you will not stop playing, because there is so much to do and it is a pretty rare thing nowadays. It really is an initiation or at least I took it this way (I played in the easiest mode, as I usually do). Random and his friends are quite unordinary characters but they make for a refreshing change. A good intro to the Laxius Force series which I am going to play now.
The best title Aldorlea has to offerAndrogyn | May 22, 2014 | Review of The Book of Legends
3 Stars of Destiny is the first game I played but Book of Legends is probably the best of the lot (I still have some to play though). It might be a little bit difficult but nothing a smart player cannot overcome. I recommend to play in the easiest of the two modes so you can benefit from the auto-save after each fight, a really cool feature. This game is long, very long, and has a pretty epic story with many twists and turns, making it a must-play for most RPG fans out there. Recommended.