|Lane Defense; 3DS eShop; Circle; 2014|
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The story is simple and pretty much what you can expect if you have ever played a NIS game (Particularly Disgaea or Makai Kingdom). However, while those games have an excellent story with well written and quirky characters, Demon King Box suffers from the WORSE English translation I've seen since Breath of Fire II. It's not just that it's bad, it's confusing, unclear, and littered with moonspeak, grammatical errors, missing spaces and captializations, and fill of "What the hell are they talking about" moments. It's clear that this is a budget game, but it seems like the amount of money spent on localization didn't even break the double digit mark. It's not "All Your Base Are Belong To Us" Levels, but it's damn near close.
|Meet Reason #1 why this game is rated M.|
|And Reason #2 as to why this game is rated M.|
Much like Zombie Panic in Wonderland, last week. The main crux of whether or not to get Demon King Box is down to it's price verses it's content. Demon King Box is rather cheap at only $4, and though there is a lot of grinding to do in the game, it will last you for a few hours. A few more if you are interested in the post game stages. However, if this game isn't interesting to you either from a gameplay standpoint or an ascetic standpoint then there isn't much to warrant a purchase. However, if you are interested, it's only $4, and who knows, you might find it even cheaper when it goes on sale. Demon King Box is just barely recommended.
Until Next time.