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Brings high octane battles to SRPG genre. Whaaat?! 1

 Knights in the Nightmare brings Halo's 30 seconds of fun concept to the genre. Usually you wouldn't say of a strategy role playing game that it "repeatedly immerse players in hectic battles that would last for half a minute — just long enough to create heart-thumping chaos and the risk of death", would you? And yet I couldn't have described the battle system of Knights in the Nightmare better if I tried.   The game can legitimately be described as a cross between Disgaea and Ikaruga. And you'l...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

The most frantic tactical role-playing game you'll ever play 0

Tactical role-playing games are typically rather slow-paced affairs, that – much like Chess – require you to take much consideration into your moves, as well as your opponents in order to attain victory. This formula has remained the same since the genre's origin, and looked to stay that way for the foreseeable future. But then Knights in the Nightmare came along, and with it, brought some changes to the long-standing formula. What's it's done is take the existing formula, and blends it with e...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Knights in the Nightmare Review 0

Knights in the Nightmare is a RPG/Strategy/Arcadey cross-breed. You'll taking on the roll of a wisp which will move around the screen, with the help of your trust stylus to deliver items and weapons that in turn can be used by units that you've befriended. You'll have to get pretty creative on some levels as the enemies attacks will make you have to dodge all over the screen.Graphically this game looks like your usual DS game. Its not going to blow you away. I do like the art that is used in the...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Knights in the Nightmare Review 0

 People usually complain nowadays that games are too simplistic, yet when developers try and shake things up a bit, they are deemed “too complicated” or “unnecessary changes”. In comes Knights In the Nightmare, a game that doesn't sugar-coat what it is: an overcomplicated, hard to get into and a hard to grasp storyline early on. This game may be for those who’ll take their time to understand the mechanics, but for others, it’s probably not for you.  Knights In The Nightmare has you taking contr...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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