Gameplay: 10/10 The main gameplay elements focus on entering the “Monster Tower” to search for treasure.Within the tower, you can also find Monster Eggs which you can bring home to hatch into familiars which you can train and take with you the next time you enter the dungeon.I’m also not crazy about the character designs, but if you look at anime from the mid to late 90s, this style is very popular.Music: 8/10 The music is composed by Hiroshi Tamawari who also (was one of the ones who) composed the music in Suikoden.Other people have compared Azure Dreams to Mysterious Dungeon but I have not played Mysterious Dungeon yet myself to be able to back that claim.Video games are without question one of the hardest and biggest obstacles to overcome when you first get involved in a journey of self-improvement.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.
I’d buy it in an instant even though I still have my PS1 disc. (plus I greatly prefer digital distribution anyways).
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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.
He hopes to find clues to his father’s disappearance while searching for treasure.