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Folklore

Folklore (PS3) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 3
Tags: Adventure
Developer: Game Republic

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10/12/2007

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Folklore review

Reviewed October 12, 2007

Kyle Stepp says: "You see, unlike in other action RPGs, you don't have a sword that you replace over time. Instead, the Folks that you absorb are your weapons. Each Folk you absorb gives you a new ability, be it a flamethrowing badass' ability to throw a stream of fire, an ice-breathing dragon's skill to charge up blasts of ice, or something as little as the spear attack from a merman that stabs forward with a trident."
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