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Sigma Star Saga has been on my to get to list for some time now. I may have even put a note down when it was first released on the Gameboy Advance. There are some interesting nuances to this role playing game. First off players gain experience through mini space shooter levels. The player is randomly drawn into these battles, and by running into enemies.

There is also action adventure role playing areas. My disappointment with them is no experience is earned. It would have been great if Sigma Star Saga has included experience grinding in both.

Players are set in the future where mankind is battling against the Krill invaders. They use parasites to enhance the power of their troops, and they have living ships. Yes I know nothing new in the genre.

Character models are bigger than I expected, and many of the graphics look better than I expected. But that is a duel edged sword for Sigma Star Saga. Women are shown as objects to lust after. Men wear full armor, and women wear hardly any. Why? Because the creators of this hand held game want men to lust after them. Instead of treating them with love and respect.

There is the space shooter violence in Sigma Star Saga, and there is the action adventure areas - where players shoot monsters with their gun. Repetitive boring violence in Sigma Star Saga.
- Paul


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 55%
Replay/Extras: 50%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 45%

System: Gameboy Advance
Publisher: Namco Bandai
Developer: Wayforward

Rating:  ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY
{Fantasy Violence, Suggestive Themes)

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