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Submitted by Lucario 819d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Pandora’s Tower Review

DHGF: Regardless of what I have to say about it, Pandora’s Tower will have earned itself the distinction of being one of the last RPG’s, as well as one of the last titles in general, to be released on the Wii console (in North America, anyway). That being said, I went into it expecting to be let down by a “me too” RPG developed by a company with no prior experience in the genre in an attempt to cash in on the hype surrounding the titles made by Monolith Soft and Mistwalker. Instead, what I got was a very enjoyable experience that successfully blended aspects of both Shadow of the Colossus and Majora’s Mask. The game is well presented, the narrative is solid, and I had a blast finding new things to do with the Oraclos chain weapon. I can’t think of a better way to say goodbye to the Wii console. (Pandora's Tower, Wii) -

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