as a Girl Gamer and Rper I was excited to see an Rp game made for girls. 4 hours into the Gamer I keep on playing hope that it will get better. the heroine I get is suppose to be a spoiled Silly princess trying to get a guy, and that alone became pretty annoying really quickly and a little insulting.
For a brand new game the Graphics where one fo the worst I seen on a DS and the game play it's self does not give you much freedom. and the fighting in in first person. my advice if you want a different yet good RPG try Rune factory.
I really enjoy this game. I would have to say, it is not a game for the hard core rpg person. But I am in my 40's and this game moves at a nice pace. Nothing really hard. You battle the monsters, each town you talk with people and your asked to do things for them. You purchase your armor/weaps and items. When you stay at an inn, you can even purchase a little extra stat points, thats a nice little extra. I gave this an 8 because the graphics are little weird. On the map/hunting field, you character kinda looks like bouncing blob. And there is nothing big to the story, pretty much the same concept all the way through, so nothing to get excited about. But if you just looking for a relaxing game to play, give it a rent.
This isn't exactly like Monsterlair, but it does seem to steal alot of the graphics(creatures and backgrounds) and gameplay from there. There are several new additions, however. Because your character is a spoiled princess, you are able to change your surroundings and use special attacks by pouting. Instead of staying in one place, you get to travel and explore new surroundings, which sometimes include dungeons. You even acquire a partner, just as in Monsterlair, with the same ablity to assimilate monster body parts. Unlike Monsterlair, though, you can gain experience points as well as increasing attributes by buying a meal at the local inn.