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Legasista

Legasista (PS3) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 3
Genre: Action RPG (Fantasy)
Developer: System Prisma
AKA: Meikyuu Touro Legasista (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
08/21/2012
EU
08/22/2012
JP
03/15/2012

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Staff Reviews

Legasista review

Reviewed August 26, 2012

Jason Venter says: "When you’re not advancing the plot, you’ll spend a lot of your time in random dungeons. Those dungeons are really the heart of the game, much like the Item World is in Nippon Ichi Software’s own Disgaea series. They come in several tiers, and you can choose which one you want right from the start by digging a hole in the hub area that serves as the dungeon entrance. When you’re first starting out, you’ll need to find a 30-floor area with weak foes, but puny adversaries don’t yield many experience points."
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Reader Reviews

Legasista review

Reviewed July 17, 2018

JoeTheDestroyer says: "I was almost Cla-DONE with this game before I even reached the final boss..."
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