The worst turn based RPG I've ever played
I tend to enjoy RPGs ranging from Final Fantasy line to Mega Man Command Mission. My wife brought this game home and almost immediately I was turned off by it. The combat only shows one person/mob at a time. As you are selecting your skills only the current hero is focused on, and when you or the mob attacks, then only the attacker and the victim appear together. Although it is a turn-based RPG, instead of just bringing up the action menu, you need to activate that yourself as well for *every* character. The storyline is more or less the classic generic story which you see copied and pasted in almost every fantasy. Things just happen with no reason, example being the Empath somehow healed the water dragon, yet *nobody* seemed to see that, or see the water dragon give her the dragon spirit, and people just accept that the story is true! That's just the first of many little things like that which are seen within the game. Overall horrible game and not worth the purchase.
Equivalent to a 6th grader's nerdy fanfiction
First off, I can't even believe I bought this game - I bought it off of poor choice which was because the artwork was pretty and heck, I thought it'd be similar to Legends of the Dragoon. It had the same sort of concept after all at least. But when I put the disc in, started playing, I could not believe how fast the plot (whatever plot there was . . .) was going. From one point, I was leading the main character to this orientation of some sorts, and then next thing I know I'm being thrown in to the big bad world of dragons and monsters and I don't know what the hell is happening. Granted I stopped very close to the beginning because, honestly, I didn't want to waste my time playing this crappy game. The only real good part about Dragoneer's Aria was the soundtrack. Which, did in fact have a few good songs. Otherwise, it was crap. So unless you're a middle school kid looking for some fast action and no plot whatsoever, get this game. Otherwise, you can be like the rest of us and drop this crap off. (And here I thought I was getting a deal when I picked it up at gamestop for only eight dollars. Pshhhh.)
This game finally looks like a worthwhile PSP RPG to invest in First Of all, NIS America is a great publisher from Brave Story to Spectral Souls, they have a great history with RPGs on this platform, buy Dragoneer's Aria the day it comes out because this game is gonna rock
Just wanting to say i played this back in the days when i got a psp and now that i got a vita and traded in my psp, i cant play this game anymore. This is also one of the games that i miss not playing on the psp