This was a weird one for me, bringing back all sorts of memories with it’s retro graphic presentation, it’s overall simplicity, and its very oddball sense of humor. I’d say the writing is absolutely what works best for this throwback RPG, everything from the dialogue to the character descriptions are full of wit, weirdness, and fun. Unfortunately, aside from that strong suit most of the rest is markedly weaker. The turn-based combat is a bit on the dry and dull side to begin with but what really takes the wind out of your sails is the poorly-implemented UI which does work but is cumbersome to say the least. I suppose if you take a look at some gameplay and find that the overall sense of humor makes you laugh that aspect could help the overall experience at least be entertaining but otherwise there are definitely better options on the system than this.
Justin Nation, Score: