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Submitted by xiren187 1112d ago | review

The Last Story Review - JPS

"As we slowly head closer to the end life cycle of the Nintendo Wii, there’s only one last game that RPG fans need to play and that is The Last Story. Developed by the mind of the great Hironobu Sakaguchi, the Last Story offers, yet another satisfying RPG that some consider it a masterpiece. Putting together both traditional and modern elements in a RPG, The Last Story has been adored by many when it was released in Europe over a year ago." - JPS (The Last Story, Wii) 9/10

xiren187  +   1112d ago
Game isn't any better than Xenoblade but it's one of my favorite RPGs this generation!
Kos-Mos  +   1112d ago
Very good game, but story could be better. Xenoblade still the best RPG this generation.
Chrono  +   1112d ago
I like this more than Xenoblade. Yes it is not an open world game but the story and combat system are a lot better.

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