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Defenders of Oasis

Defenders of Oasis (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Game Gear
Tags: RPG
Developer: SEGA
AKA: Sadam Crusader: Harukanaru Oukoku (JP)

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Defenders of Oasis review

Reviewed February 22, 2005

Sclem says: "The Gamegear was practically devoid of any RPG’s except for around 20 some, about a fifth of which came stateside. Defenders of Oasis was a RPG that happened to get lucky and find a publisher that brought it to the states. There are no idiosyncrasies that lift Defenders of Oasis above and beyond other turn based RPGS that were out at the time. It’s simply just a game that’s both brief and entertaining. Definitely worthy of your time. "
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