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Gladius

Gladius (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Turn-Based Strategy
Developer: LucasArts

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
10/29/2003
EU
11/28/2003
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Staff Reviews

Gladius review (Xbox)

Reviewed April 16, 2004

Jason Venter says: "The moves characters can learn are determined by class. Even within that limiting structure, though, the player is forced to make decisions. Each character will have an assortment of moves available, but you must choose the ones you feel best suit your fighting style. The game cautions you that a lack of foresight will cause things to grow more difficult for you, and it isn't joking."
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