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Guardian's Crusade

Guardian's Crusade (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: RPG
Developer: Tamsoft
AKA: Knight and Baby (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
02/24/1999
EU
??/??/1999
JP
09/23/1998

Staff Reviews

Guardian's Crusade review

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James Gordon says: "The graphics are pretty good, but don't have enough detail. They don't do anything that hasn't already been done. They are polygonal characters, in a 3D world. This proves to handle pretty well, for the Playstation. Completely 3D."
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