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Summon Night: Twin Age - Nintendo DS

by Atlus
Platform : Nintendo DS
17 customer reviews

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  • Fully stylus driven controls take full advantage of the Nintendo DS
  • Two players can trade items from the game locally via Wi-Fi
  • Dual playable characters with different stories off excellent replayability
  • Packed with gameplay features
  • Richly woven tale of adventure
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The stylus is your key to the world of Clardona, whether as your swinging sword or your shimmering wall of fire. From a very young age, the human girl Reiha displayed great aptitude for the magical art of Summoning. While still a child, her powers caused a terrible accident during a major Summoning experiment. It was reported that Reiha had died as a result, but she survived along with a young Summon Beast named Aldo that had been pulled into her world.

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  • ASIN: B0016CP3B2
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 20, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,564 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kim Wallace on September 11, 2008
I just can't deny Summon Night: Twin Age's charm. The game is easy to grasp and, although, it might not be the most innovative storyline, there's no denying it's fun filled.

Summon Night: Twin Age features two main characters Reiha and Aldo, who you choose to play is entirely up to you. Reiha is a summoner and Aldo is a summon beast. The two came into each other's lives years ago after an unfortunate accident happened during a summoning experiment. Reiha managed to survive, as did Aldo, who was pulled into her world. Reiha and Aldo are all each other have and very much have a brother/sister relationship. When the game begins the spirits are going out of control and from that point on you are on a quest to stop the madness.

Summon Night: Twin Age does a good job at incorporating the stylus into gameplay. It's an action based RPG, and you use the stylus to move, use magic, and attack enemies. The battle field can seem a little overwhelming at times, as there is a lot going on at once, but the game does a good job at keeping you on your toes. The mechanics are relatively simple and easy to pick up as well. Your supporting characters also have the ability to come back to life after a certain period of time elapses in battle. This is nice as there is no need to perform revival spells, but it's still not easy to completely survive without them. The only other difficult part is that your AI characters aren't exactly the sharpest. They will attack when they have a sliver of life left and most of the time you have to baby sit them. You can't entirely depend on them, which is another hardship to overcome. However, I feel Summon Night: Twin Age offers just the right amount of challenge without becoming too frustrating.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on June 6, 2008
Coming over from the GBA, Atlus' Summon Night series comes to the DS with Summon Night: Twin Age. At it's core, Summon Night: Twin Age is a tried and true RPG/dungeon crawler that will feel instantly familiar to those who have played their share of old school RPG's, even so to those who haven't played the past Summon Night games for the GBA. Nearly everything about the game. from the storyline, characters, and environments are far from being anything new, but what helps make the game work is it's charming look and art style, along with the use of skill trees which add a bit of depth to the overall gameplay. Where Summon Night: Twin Age fails however is that the graphics haven't changed much (if at all) in the transition from GBA to DS. Despite the charming look, the game just looks dated. Not to mention that the constant exploration and backtracking can get really, really annoying. Still, the game ends up being fun for a while, even though it isn't all that hard to get through. All in all, Summon Night: Twin Age isn't a bad RPG at all, and while you'll certainly play better ones on the DS, it is still worth a look for fans of the series or RPG fans in general.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 18, 2008
I loved this game. It may not reach the heights of Summon Night Swordcraft Story 2 on GBA, but it is still really fun. The stylus control works amazingly well. The story is delightful. The weapons crafting and skill trees add depth. Combat has been changed to overhead Diablo-style battles, a lot like Children of Mana.

The only thing I found a bit annoying was the fact that many of the dungeons and dead ends. Going through them for added leveling means backtracking all the way back to the beginning through empty corridors.

All in all, it is a very fun game that you won't regret playing.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C. M. on November 5, 2009
I absolutely adored the first two Summon Nights for the Gameboy Advance. They had great gameplay, true RPG style (although the battles were side-scroll, like Tales of Destiny). And it was easy to play. Needless to say, I was sorely disappointed when I began playing this game. I hate the fact that you can only control the character by using the stylus, it makes it very hard to battle accurately. The other games were much easier to play in this regard. Now, admittedly I haven't played more than 20 minutes of this game because it frustrated me so much, but still I am upset at this complete departure from previous format. I don't really like this game.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Leah on December 4, 2012
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I'll be the first to admit I'm not a full blown gamer, but this game...

I can honestly say I absolutely adored this game.

The storyline for it was intriguing with a handful of nice twists to add for effect, I've played plenty of RPGs that focus entirely on the battle action and forget the story, I am pleased to say this is not one of those games. While the actual battling isn't something to sniff about either, it's a classic dungeon crawler but I found myself not only enjoying the graphics but also the moves or 'spells' the characters can cast. Perhaps that's a bit nerdy and silly, but it was nonetheless one of the funner things about this game. I won't elaborate on the actual storyline (as I don't want to give anything away) but I can assure the player that it is an interesting and fun one.

What really made me love this game, were the characters. Not so much them themselves, I suppose, but how you could actually interact with them between battles and build up relationships. It's so rare to find an RPG that allows the player to build up any relationship with all of the characters equally--especially one on the DS! But I can truthfully say I found the interactions between all of the characters very cute and very entertaining.

The graphics, designs and sounds were also another well done part of the product. Nothing much needed to be elaborated on this, actually. Considering the restrictions on these areas that the DS requries, Atlus has done a remarkable job.

Finally... the ending... all I will say that is a very satisfactory ending and I encourage any gamer who tries this game to keep at it until the end.

Overall, I loved this product. 10/10
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