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Traysia (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Tags: RPG
Developer: Telenet
AKA: Minato no Traysia (JP)

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Traysia review

Reviewed March 06, 2006

Rob Hamilton says: "I tried to pay attention to the game’s muddled plot and it seemed that much of it revolved around an evil group of wizards trying to take over the world. To back up that theory, as my characters explored different lands, they saw evidence of diabolical spells designed to sow the seeds of chaos. But in battle, these wizards do nothing more than walk towards the heroes and try to bop ‘em on the head with their staves. Brilliant!"
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