+ This is a very good looking game. The dragons all look properly menacing, and the enviromnents are very well thought out too.
- No complaints
+ The music is very good, and the dragons attacking sounds brilliant. The rousing music and roaring, and the breathing fire is guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
- The voice acting is very repetitive, and rather lacking in expression.
+ Overall, very good. The pointer plays a big part; you use it to move your dragon, to decide how and when to attack, to defend and get round the scenery blocking your way
- Some bits are just weird. In some Bonus Fights you end up fighting (among other things) a set of drums, a police car, and a UFO. Why?
+ It has an interesting story
- There aren't many twists and turns to keep you mulling it over. But then again, the focus is on the fighting
+ 4 kinds of dragon to use, a card game, and a good selection of worlds to explore. You can also customise your dragons, so there's a good selection of things to do.
- It does get a bit repetitive once you've got the hang of it. And you will be able to unlock everything in a weekend.
Overall: 8/10. A good game in many ways. Dissapointing in places, but it deserves a sequel where they sort these problems out.
Would I recommend it? Yes, if you enjoy that kind of thing. But if you're looking for a super deep RPG, this will dissapoint.