With the port over to DS, I decided to get one more game for the GBA before I decided to give the console to my brother-in-law.
While I can say that I hatehateHATE the 4Kids translation over to America, Konami has done it again with Shaman King. It's a Castlevania hack-and-slash style game... but add in the oversouls-with-different-traits... and you've got a game to keep you busy.
Part of the fun is trying to get to 100%; while as said before on another thread, GTA:Advance is basically walking smack dab into a hidden package on the street. Not fun. Here, you'll have to get an oversoul just to go back and go for some of the rewards (i.e. new oversouls).
To me, the boss battles have been more or less a piece of cake, but there's still enough exploration that it makes it interesting.
It's that and Feel the Magic: XX/XY for the DS until Christmas, when I get Madden and The Urbs.
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