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Author: honestgamer (Mod)
Posted: October 17, 2013 (02:07 PM)
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It's good to see another review from you! I'm not sure there's much reason to break out ANY retro game for reasons other than fun or nostalgia... but I get what you mean. This game looks interesting. I probably would have liked it back in the day, but now I have too many other options vying for my time.

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Author: ThoughtFool1
Posted: October 18, 2013 (12:31 PM)
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Hey, thanks! I was glad to find the time to play through another game and write a review on it! I actually wouldn't recommend this game to anyone other than a die hard retro RPG isn't necessarily bad, but there are certainly better options to spend your time upon :)

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Author: overdrive (Mod)
Posted: October 18, 2013 (02:40 PM)
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To me, I think there are a lot of retro games that are worth more than nostalgia trips and, at least in my mind, are better than the stuff we get now. Not in the presentation, graphics, etc. obviously, but there are a lot of worthwhile games and most of them are faster-paced and can be finished more quickly than modern titles, making them great for people who might not have all these 100-hour blocks to devour new, long-winded, cinema-heavy games.

Not that this one seems to be on that level. I'd heard about it before and your review pretty much says what I'd heard about it. Decent in some ways, but kind of unnecessary if you're not a junkie for these games.

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