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  • Summary: Deep Labyrinth lets you explore a world populated by magical creatures and monstrous foes. Descend, if you dare, into the dark heart of the Labyrinth, in the first 3D first-person RPG for the Nintendo DS. Take advantage of the DS's dual screens and touch screen to explore dozens of dungeonDeep Labyrinth lets you explore a world populated by magical creatures and monstrous foes. Descend, if you dare, into the dark heart of the Labyrinth, in the first 3D first-person RPG for the Nintendo DS. Take advantage of the DS's dual screens and touch screen to explore dozens of dungeon levels, fighting hordes of hideous monsters in real-time with swords and spells. Two engrossing scenarios weave two amazing stories -- one for newcomers to role-playing games, and one for RPG veterans. [Atlus] Expand
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 18
  2. Negative: 6 out of 18
  1. 75
    A total immersion experience, Deep Labyrinth exceeds my expectations as a gamer in terms of providing a locations in which I can take on numerous beasts, explore diverse and detailed locations and simply dive into a level of adventure and fun that seems vacant in many games appearing on the market.
  2. Fans of portable dungeon crawlers with touch-screen interaction, rejoice. This is the game you have been waiting for.
  3. 65
    The control is a bit too clunky (especially when trying to move and turn at the same time), the stylus input isn’t as tight as it could be, but the overall RPG experience is there.
  4. There is plenty of replayability, if you like the basic game, but that's where we get back to the duality - some will love Deep Labyrinth and others will hate it.
  5. Despite quaint touches, this is cumbersome and wholly unoriginal. We didn't come here to get the mick taken out of us by talking mice, you know. [Nov 2006, p.71]
  6. But a clumsy game/ And terrible visuals/ Drag this down, way down.
  7. Wow, is Deep labyrinth ever boring. [Sept. 2006, p.106]

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  1. KennyS.
    Oct 13, 2007
    9
    This game is so repetitive and the enemies are usually a different-coloured copies. But the control of the Sword and the Magic system are This game is so repetitive and the enemies are usually a different-coloured copies. But the control of the Sword and the Magic system are really funny and incredible. It glimps a nice concept with some fails, but so good at all. Expand
  2. Leigh
    Aug 30, 2006
    8
    The control scheme does take some getting used to, but once you've got it down it's great fun to get all the monsters in the game! The control scheme does take some getting used to, but once you've got it down it's great fun to get all the monsters in the game! It has a classic Atlus RPG feel, and will no doubt become one of those rare DS games that everyone wants to get their hands on. Expand
  3. SeanM.
    Jul 20, 2007
    8
    This game never really sold, but I still got it a few days ago for $12, and I must say it was worth it, for the most part the game is great, This game never really sold, but I still got it a few days ago for $12, and I must say it was worth it, for the most part the game is great, it only lacks replay, but the game is long enough to where that doesn't seem to be an issue. Most reviews say it's repeative, but that's not entirely true, I found the game to change a bit in every dungeon, always adding something to try and trick you up. Expand