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Submitted by ktchong 2351d ago | preview

Mazes of Fate DS - RPGamer Impression

Mazes is a first-person action RPG developed by Sabarasa Entertainment, a mid-sized development studio based in Argentina, and published by Graffiti Entertainment. Mazes of Fate was released originally for the Game Boy Advance late in 2006, but received little publicity. It has now been remade on DS and includes fully 3D movement and touch screen controls.

RPGamer has a hands-on impression of Mazes of Fate, so click below and become lost. (Mazes of Fate, Nintendo DS)

coolfool  +   2350d ago
I think this might be ok
But I think that what the ds is lacking is a good jrpg. I mean, FFIII was ok but it was true to it's early roots meaning not really as much story or immersiveness as we are used to today. FFIV doesn't look like it will be out for another good 1000 years in Europe, if ever.

So what does that leave us in the realm of JRPGS, good, solid immersive ones?

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