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Kartia: The Word of Fate

Kartia: The Word of Fate (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: RPG
Developer: Atlus
AKA: Legend of Kartia (EU), Rebus (JP)

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Kartia: The Word of Fate review

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James Gordon says: "At least Kartia has an innovative story and battle system. The story has to do with monsters called Phantoms, that can be be summoned from cards called Kartia. In the game, your characters aren't your main attacking force. Your Phantoms are. Certain members of your party are able to create Phantoms."
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