While it has a pretty cool art style it’s hard to say the game does much to differentiate itself from most other dungeon crawlers out there
Truth be told, for the most part old-school dungeon crawlers like Labyrinth of Zangestu aren’t particularly my cup of tea. While there obviously must be genre fans out there my issue isn’t so much any particular game’s faults, but more that aside from artistic differences, what type of characters you have to work with, and usually some relatively minor details they’re generally very similar. That’s where I land with this one as well, unfortunately, and it’s one of those things that frustrates me since it makes it very hard to put them on a scale against each other since they all tend to have so much in common. I suppose, depending on tastes, I find the overall art style here to be better than average, but more than a week away from playing it I absolutely expect I’ll struggle to separate the memories of this from its peers already on the eShop. The good news is if you’re a genre fan who understands all of this it should be right up your alley, and if you’re new to the genre it’s at least as good as, if not a little better than, the rest of the games in the subgenre on the eShop.
Justin Nation, Score: