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One of the best value RPG Maker resource packs. For $20, you get a full tileset, characters, battlers, faces, animations, a windowskin, and bonus high-resolution versions of the sprites and battlers. The only resource packs of comparable size are the two DS packs, and those are $10 more.

The art style is very nice, but distinct from the RTP. Still, it will definitely make your game stand out from the crowd.
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This pack is good, as long as you make your game enter another land. it wouldn't make sense if you have a medieval town next door to a asian style landscape. So its very limited by those standards, just be careful with buying this pack!
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The biggest downside of this DLC is that the art style isn't too compatible with RPG Maker's default graphics. If you get it, you'd pretty much have to start a game from scratch depending on what your game involves. You can't mix and match face graphics, for example, as it would make your game's art look inconsistent.

It's not a bad resource pack, just a bit limited regarding what you can do. The description is accurate and I'd recommend this DLC to anyone who finds the idea intriguing (just try to wait for a sale).