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Ys Strategy

Ys Strategy (XSX) game cover art
Platform: DS
Tags: Strategy, Real-Time, Fantasy
Developer: Future Creates


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Ys Strategy review

Reviewed May 26, 2008

Gary Hartley says: "This becomes most apparent in the campaign mode battles, which seem to be aimed at an advanced tutorial rather than the driving force behind Ys Strategy. Youíll constantly switch forces throughout the game, playing as Abelís allies (and, sometimes, foes) giving you a quick glimpse at the sparse changes of powers promised by each team. Which, basically, amounts to there being very little change in your tactics throughout the campaign."
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