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Dragalia Lost

Dragalia Lost (XSX) game cover art
Platform: iOS
Tags: RPG, Fantasy
Developer: Cygames
More Platforms: Android

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/27/2018
JP
09/27/2018

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Nintendo this evening reviewed its latest mobile game, a free-to-start action-RPG developed in cooperation with Cygames (perhaps best known for the Android sensation, Granblue Fantasy, though it has worked on major releases from a variety of publishers). The game will arrive on iOS and... full article

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