Play the role of Edward Elric on a journey to acquire the fabled Philosopher's Stone. Execute special attacks by combining your fighting skills with alchemy.
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Perform devastating melee and combo attacks
Release powerful alchemy attacks with the touch screen
Explore the Fullmetal Alchemist story, with English voices from the anime series
Acquire special moves from six playable characters including Edward or Alphonse Elric, Roy Mustang, Alex Louis Armstrong, Izumi, and Scar
More than 10 touch-screen mini-games add puzzles between battles
Unlock bonus features such as media, sound and character libraries
FullMetal Alchemist Dual Sympathy is rated
3.8 out of
Rated 5 out of
Dual Sympathy is Full Metal on the DS.Shame this game doesn’t get more attention. To fans of the anime like me Full Metal Alchemist Dual Sympathy is one of the few chances to play a game starring Edward and Alfonse Elric. Use a full arsenal of Alchemy as you defeat enemies on many familiar locations. The gameplay is simple to learn and fun to play. The cut scenes are faithful to the anime and entertaining. Unless you have a PS2 Dual Sympathy is the only game for Full Metal so fans should not hesitate to pick it up.
Date published: 2019-08-22
Rated 5 out of
Awesome for fullmetal alchemist loversI dont know why people are saying its bad i loved it! If you love watching fullmetal alchemist or reading it like me than you'll love this game. I love how it has like thoase mini movies like in kingdom hearts and it plays a little clip like in the show in the game its really cool! The only thing i would say that i didnt really like was some of the bossess like wrath is pretty tricky other than that i totally loved it!
Date published: 2012-03-15
Rated 2 out of
So Bad!!!I love the Fullmetal Alchemist series, but the games are just awful. This reminded me of one of those old Gameboy games, all you do is walk and punch. It's just lame, you would get more action for watching the anime as opposed to playing the game. Which is a shame, the anime actually would lend itself well to a game. But this game is not a case of such.
Date published: 2011-08-19
Rated 3 out of
ShortThis is a good game. But wayyyyy too short. It only took me an hour to beat the whole game. This is all i have to say.
Date published: 2011-07-27
Rated 4 out of
Waaay Too ShortI bought this game as a first DS game, so I played it non-stop for 1 night, and ended up finishing it within 5 hours. It was terribly short. I mean, the whole re-play part was "fun" but the same thing over again. I thought the controls were easy to get used to, as i stated before; my first DS game, so if I'm saying they are easy, trust me....they are! The mini games throughout the game were the best part! You could play them again and again without going to back into the story! Its amazing. You can play as different Alchemists an go though a journey to defeat the homunculus. Although the stories are tweaked a little, its still the same thing over and over again. The battles are fun to see, but very repetitive to the player. Overall, its a good game, if you don't mind finishing the story in one night and the only way to get all media collectibles is to play though, again and again.