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Magicians Quest Mysterious Times





Magicians Quest Mysterious Times 


The best way to describe Magician’s Quest Mysterious Times is part Animal Crossing and part Harry Potter. If that mixture sounds strange, it did to this reviewer as well. Catching bugs, fishing, and digging for treasure are all present and accounted for. Learning incantations and magical spells are also in this Nintendo DS video game. Magician’s Quest Mysterious Times earns its E10+ rating for the ERSB mentioned content, and spiritual content.

The brightness of the graphics depends on the time of day. There are a lot of colors used, and many characters are very approachable. There are some strange characters like one whose head is the moon, and another has a sun for a head. This game contains a haunted house where ghosts try to sneak up on the player and scare them. There are some sexually suggestive characters as well.

The music put the RPG Master on edge many times. There is a lot of encouragement when players answer questions correctly. There is also encouragement in studying hard. The one issue this reviewer has is occultic styled magic is the source of the studies.

Magician’s Quest Mysterious Times has 1,600 customizable items, and over one hundred magical spells. There is a lot of content in this hand held video game. There are also multiplayer modes (as long as all players have the game). Friend Codes are used in Magician’s Quest Mysterious Times to keep children safe from predators.

Magician’s Quest Mysterious Times does have a few improvements on the Animal Crossing formula. Collecting flowers and selling them is a nice touch. The easy way to swap tools without having them take up space in the backpack is also a nice touch. The backpack is smaller, and there are many more items to collect. So this means a lot of trips to the store. Solving mysteries takes the place of deliveries. The real time aspect of Magician’s Quest Mysterious Times is a part of the game that works amazingly well.

This reviewer had a lot of high hopes for Magician’s Quest Mysterious Times. There are some good things in this game, but the focus is more on the magic than the collecting, and decorating. The magical symbols are the main thing the majority of our readers are going to have a problem with. Those that want a little more direction (than Animal Crossing), and want that direction to be magical - will like this game.
 - RPG Master


Graphics: 63%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 68%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 54%
System: Nintendo DS
Publisher: Konami
Rating: 'E10+' for Everyone 10+
{Comic Mischief, Mild Suggestive Themes}

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