Written by pikaby
Hey, I didn't know they were both different games, this and the DS version. This means you could get both versions if you wanted to. Both are set in the same world, though I can see both stories connecting with each other. The PS3 version's even given a separate title from the DS one.
And it's one of the sweetest, most charming thing I've seen on PS3. The characters and monsters move fluidly, there's no need for animated cutscenes anymore. It's like you're playing a living, breathing cutscene! I sense a big seller in this PS3 version. But what of the DS one? I bet the PS3 won't have a packed-in spellbook.
Anyway, here's the trailer.