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Author: EmP (Mod)
Posted: June 20, 2008 (06:13 AM)
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Either you liked the game more than I or the TGCD version is better than the Mega drive one. Good review, and nice to see you can still put these out.

Here is a phone-induced typo:

First paragraph: Ys III: Wanderers drom Ys

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Author: espiga
Posted: June 20, 2008 (06:20 AM)
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I've not played the Mega Drive version, but if it's anything like the Super Famicom's version, it's a steaming pile of ass. The music quality really does make a difference in the PCE-CD version, if only for the fact that you can at least ignore the mindless gameplay in exchange for kickass tunes.

Also, thanks for the feedback. I figured I'd be rustier than that, considering how long it's been since I reviewed something.

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