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Submitted by tromwarrior 1013d ago | review

Review: Dragon Fantasy Book I | oprainfall

oprainfall writes: "Growing up in the 80′s and 90′s I played a ton of what are today considered classic RPGs. Dragon Fantasy Book I is trip back to the days of old. I laughed out loud many times at the many references to game and pop culture found throughout the story. With its very unique blend of style and humor it makes the overall product feel very rich and satisfying. One of the best examples of it’s humor and style is in one stage you find an outhouse that it is a save point. When you click on it, you get “Finds a scrap of toilet paper. Guess it’s better than nothing.” Then as you leave the save point it says, “We aim to please, you aim to pease.”" (Dragon Fantasy Book I, PS Vita, PS3) 4/5

phantomexe  +   1013d ago
This is a great game. I can't wait for book 2 now.

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