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Alphadia is exactly the kind of a video game that needed to be ported to the Nintendo 3DS. This role playing game feels like it belongs in the 32-bit era. The turn based battles are brilliant and easy to get into. Players will use physical attacks and magic to dispose of the many monsters. Grinding is easy in Alphadia since you won't walk far without having to fight something. You will be thankful when you fight the bosses thanks to all the leveling up.

I am thankful Family Friendly Gaming was provided a download code to Alphadia on the Nintendo 3DS. I would love to see Alphadia receive a physical copy release. Maybe with Alphadia, and Alphadia Genesis released together. It is fascinating to see this franchise move from the Everyone ten and older ESRB rating to the thirteen and older rating. To me the ratings are reversed. I think Alphadia should be at the E10+ rating, and Alphadia Genesis be at the 'T' rating.

I love the sparkle on the map telling me where to go next. You will not get lost in Alphadia. Why can't more video games implement this simple assistance? It can not take that much time and effort can it? The art work in Alphadia is good, and the sounds are fabulous. There is some mild violence as attacks are implemented and slashes or magical attacks appear on the enemies. There is also some bad language in Alphadia.

Older members of the family can get sucked right into Alphadia on the Nintendo 3DS. The controls are fantastic in Alphadia. I never had a problem moving around the screens thanks to the map. Here is another feature that more role playing games need to implement. How hard is it to show us the map of the area we are in? Alphadia is very kind to casual gamers.

I hope to see more games in the Alphadia franchise. It is one of the few shining stars in modern day role playing video games. What makes that sentence even more poignant is Alphadia is done in a retro style. A retro style that works. If you are able to download video games on the Nintendo 3DS, and you are old enough then you may want to take a look Alphadia. It is much cleaner than most modern day RPGs.
- RPG Master


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Kemco (Kotobuki Solution Co, Ltd)
Developer: Exe Create
{Language, Fantasy Violence}
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