First off I must say that this is a highly addictive game and I think would probably be best suited for an iPod app instead of a full fledged game (then again, look how well plants vs. zombies did, so what do I know?). It's a lot of fun and the vast majority of it can be done in a mind numbed haze based on simple color and shape recognition, but where this is a good thing, it is also it's downfall. It honestly kinda put me to sleep after awhile playing it and I didn't feel like I was doing anything different each time and eventually I would rather avoid battle entirely if at all possible. I never finished the game because after like 20 hours it just got really old and there are a lot of other games that were a lot more interesting. I mean if this is your thing then good for you, have at it, but it just wasn't my thing. Also, the menus and the text and movement was very low grade and was very disappointing. I honestly just had to skip the talking parts because I couldn't read them on my somewhat crappy TV. If they had made it more visually stunning and made the basic game aspects a little bit less frustrating and unappealing, this game could have done a lot better I think.
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