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  • Summary: An ancient spirit has detected a mysterious dark power awakening in the peaceful world of Dazzleon. The balance between good and evil is threatened and the fate of Dazzleon rests in the hands of one young spirit. Entrusted with a mission of dire importance, you play the role of this spirit as it takes the form of a young girl named Luna. However, restoring peace to Dazzleon is not such a simple task as thwarting evil requires you to complete various quests and challenges, train your own pet, and command your pet in battle against rogue monsters unleashed by Luna’s wicked uncle, Matt. [Ivolgamus] Expand
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  1. Falling stars was obviously designed with children in mind and I can happily say it's a fine game for them. The only problem is that one day, inevitably, a college art student will see it somewhere and it will spawn a cult, the likes of which we'd be a lot better off without.
  2. A first stepping stone to RPGs but this will be too basic for most. [Oct 2007, p.85]
  3. We applaud the attempt to create a substantial RPG for kids, but sadly the flat characters and limited battle options make this rather patronising. [Sept 2007, p.95]
  4. Look, there just isn’t anything to get excited about here.
  5. Excruciatingly sterile turn-based combat. [Sept 2007, p.116]
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    One of the worst battle systems I've ever seen ruins any "fun" that could possibly come from the pitiful handful of uninspired mini-games.
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