Rated 6 out of 10 by 1
Rated 6 out of 10 by lobothesacred3 Good if you like the Board Game, a pass otherwise
Story: This game doesn't really have a story. All you do is compete in various tournaments with various levels of difficulty to acquire different opponent's to compete against as well as earn money to purchase monsters from Grandpa's store. Also after you defeat an opponent you acquire a single dice monster as well.
Gameplay: The game makes use of a dice pool of 15 dice. And after you dimension a dice you lose it from your dice pool. The game largely plays the same way the game does, though I'd probably recommend this game over the actual board game due to the fact that it is cheaper.
On the downside duels in this game can stall out and become rather boring since you sometimes have to roll several times to acquire an attack or movement crest to use. It can make the game come to a complete other standstill.
On the upside it makes the game highly strategic since you have to try and save your crests for when you absolutely need to use them.
Graphics: The graphics are alright, but nothing special for the Gameboy Adbance. Most of the monsters are rather small and lacking in detail.
Sound: I tend to play Gameboy Advance games with the sound turned off. So, I don't have anything to really say about the sound.