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Gemfire (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Tags: Strategy, Turn-Based, Fantasy
Developer: Koei
More Platforms: NES, SNES
AKA: Royal Blood (JP)

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Gemfire review (NES)

Reviewed August 17, 2003

Jason Venter says: "In any other game, sitting around waiting for a chance to cultivate your fields might not seem all that interesting. But in Gemfire, it can quickly become an obsession. Then you realize you were a moron to plant so much corn because it really didn't do you all that much good after your neighbor stomped all over your farmers with his massive army."
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