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Arcus II: Silent Symphony

Arcus II: Silent Symphony (X68K) game cover art
Platform: X68000
Genre: RPG
Developer: Wolf Team

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JP
01/??/1990
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Staff Reviews

Arcus II: Silent Symphony review

Reviewed July 20, 2006

Zigfried says: "Arcus II is clearly not like other RPGs. I've played some streamlined games that worked, such as Riviera, but this one is so minimal that it's pointless. By skipping cutscenes and using the "run and only kill bosses" method, it can be completed in about an hour. Yes, this is a roleplaying game that you can beat in ONE HOUR!"
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