It’s an addictive game with very high replay value because it offers a lot of choice to the player in how they want to focus their time within the game.And because it’s procedurally generated, it also offers a wide variety in terms of level design and challenges to the player as well.His father was a famous monster tamer, and now on the player’s 15th birthday, he too has been granted permission to enter the tower and follow his father’s footsteps.
Most are common tropes and archetypes from anime and JRPGs and not terribly original or interesting.
Graphics: 7/10 – while the monsters are cute, and the 90 level procedurally generated tower offers some variety, a lot of the game looks and feels “grainy” due to poor textures.
Sadly, its previous owner was unable to keep up with chores on the farm, leaving it in a significantly dilapidated state... However, the "business" aspects of play are not nearly the full scope of the game; the social aspect of the series is one of its biggest draws.
In addition to making money through a variety of means, the player is generally expected to integrate himself or herself into the community.
Geeky: Sweetie: Overall: 57 / 80 71% C- “Good Game For Girls” Concept: 10/10 Azure Dreams was one of my favorite games growing up.
In fact, I still find myself playing it, almost 20 years later.If you like the Suikoden soundtrack, chances are you’ll also like the music in Azure Dreams as it’s has his same style.Voice Acting: 1/10 The original Japanese version was fully voiced, however, that is not the case of the US version.It makes me sad that costs had to be cut in this area.Overall: 57 / 80 71% C- “Good Game For Girls” If you like this game, I also think you would like Time Stalkers (also known as Climax Landers), another City Building Dungeon Crawler game which is part of the Land Stalker and Alundra game series.Title: Azure Dreams Publisher: Konami Release Date: 1997 Platforms: Playstation 1, and Gameboy Color.