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Secret of Evermore

Secret of Evermore (XSX) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Tags: Adventure, Fantasy
Developer: Square


Staff Reviews

Secret of Evermore review

Reviewed April 09, 2013

Kyle Charizanis says: "A fresh team of developers from Squaresoft (the companyís North American wing) oversaw development with little direction from the head office. Apparently, their instructions were simply to craft a game about a boy and his dog traveling through a world comprised of cheesy movie environments. Given this simplistic premise and the relative inexperience of the developers, itís not surprising that the product the team produced has so little in common with most other Square titles of the era."
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Reader Reviews

Secret of Evermore review

Review date unknown

sgreenwell says: "If you're looking for an epic, then keep on looking. Secret of Evermore plays more like the light and airy Earthbound then a game like Final Fantasy or Secret of Mana."
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Secret of Evermore review

Reviewed October 09, 2004

yamishuryou says: "The video game market today is moving into science fiction plots with the advance of FPSís, making fantasy plots not so common. Despite the former being rare in RPGs compared to the latter, I still have a fond love for science-fiction RPGs. Those who have played Xenosaga might say that for a science-fiction RPG to be successful, it would require as many movies as Xenosaga had. For me, though, Secret of Evermore for the SNES is a video game that quenches all the desires of an..."
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