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Submitted by -Mezzo- 432d ago | review

PSN Stores - Dragon Fantasy Book I Review

PSN Stores - In playing Dragon Fantasy Book I you can tell that the developers of Muteki Corporation are big fans of classic JRPG’s, before gorgeous cutscenes, confusing battle systems, and bloated conversations were the norm. These games were something special, and while my fascination with RPGs came at the beginning of the SNES-era I have spent plenty of time going back and playing those 8-bit gems. Because of that I got pretty excited when I heard that Dragon Fantasy was making its way to PSN, and I am glad to say that my excitement was justified. (Dragon Fantasy Book I, PS3) 4/5

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