Pandora's Tower Review
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but swords and chains excite me. Should you climb the towers in Xseed's JRPG/adventure hybrid to save your cursed (and tragically whiny) girlfriend?
[ Editor's Note: As Nick Olsen is a writer for Theory of Gaming, this won't be counted in the monthly Vox Pop prize. However, it is very much a worthy read. ]
By Nick Olsen
Co-founder, Theory of Gaming
In 1985 Nintendo started a revolution when it...
i played this game a while back and i have to agree the storyline jumps a bit and the third person type of playing sucks a tad bit. it's a good game with good graphics but the sound could be muchly improved along with the sticky storyline. fix that and get more weapons sorry have to have lots of variety when it comes to weapons-the same weapon doesn't always solve the problem you have to solve a problem a different way sometimes. of course if all this was fixed the game would be a lot better and get a better grade than it has now. i' m not slamming a good game i'm saying it could be a great game if the company would fix the afore mentioned problems with it.