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Submitted by Rockefellow 1264d ago | review

Legasista Review: The Eccentricity of Dungeon Crawling | GamePlox

If you recall, a few months back NIS America announced a new wave of titles coming exclusively to the PS3 this fall and early next year. Fans of NIS and the so-called niche genres they tend to represent were elated, and the first title of this initiative is finally here: Legasista. The game hearkens back to the likes of old-school dungeon crawlers, with finely-tuned game structure and the celebrated translation that NIS America is famous for. (Legasista, PS3) B+/A+

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