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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 719d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Dragon Fantasy Book I Review

Pocket Gamer: Without wishing to be too reductive, Dragon Fantasy Book I is Dragon Quest in all but name.

Thankfully, this is exactly what Muteki Corporation was aiming for: a loving homage to the 8-bit adventures of old, with some modern references thrown in for good measure. (Dragon Fantasy Book I, PS Vita) 6/10

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