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Legend of Legaia

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Platform: PlayStation
Genre: RPG
Developer: Contrail
AKA: Legaia Densetsu (JP)
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Legend of Legaia review

Reviewed February 18, 2012

Sise-Neg says: "Legend of Legaia blends old-school RPG elements with an involving and unique battle system and attention to innovative detail, creating a fantastic gaming experience as a result. Despite the many years that have passed, it carries a certain charm that makes me keep coming back for more. There is a reason why Legend of Legaia has such a devoted cult-following, and that is because it really is that damn good."
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