If you're looking for a cheap adventure to sink your teeth into, grab a plate of Brownie Brown's Magical Starsign and a glass of milk. Amazon has discounted the Harry Potter-esque RPG down to $11.99 (free shipping on orders over $25).
Following the story of its Japanese predecessor on the GBA, Magical Vacation, players are tasked with tracking down their classmates after their magic school's fleet of space ships crash on a group of planets. Sounds like a lot to take in? That's why we suggested the glass of milk! Amazon's deal ends today, so don't dawdle if you plan on picking this one up.
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
5-07-2007 @ 12:18PM
I picked this up a while back for £20 (£10 cheaper than full price) and I can easily recommend it.
Reminds me of those awesome SNES RPGs back in the day.
5-07-2007 @ 12:48PM
It's not a bad game to get yourself into. The Harry Potter-ness does stick out like a sore thumb, but hey, the battle system isn't as messed up as it could have been. Kinda lost attention after about 10 minutes though, haven't picked it up since. But for that price, it's worth it.
5-07-2007 @ 6:30PM
I am about 96% done with this game, and was going to put it on ebay when i had completed it, so i can save up money for Nodame Cantibile. Guess I can look forward to getting about four cents for my used copy, thanks Amazon!
5-26-2007 @ 3:06PM
And if you don't have a glass of milk handy, Wallstrip business news says you can order milk from Amazon when you order the new game from them.
5-27-2007 @ 10:32AM
The link for the Wallstrip story about Amazon is at http://www.plusjournal.com/content/section/9/62/
They also have a funny report about Nintendo tennis and Wii.