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Submitted by Lucario 635d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Mystic Chronicles Review

DHGF: Mystic Chronicles is an RPG developed by Kemco, best known for their work on Shadowgate and Lagoon. How fitting, then, that their latest title feels like a game that fits in right alongside of other RPG’s released in the 90′s. This may sound like a bad thing on the surface, especially given how cliché some of its elements are. However, for those that grew up with games from that era, you’ll begin to develop an appreciation for what it’s trying to do, not to mention there are still a few surprises tucked away. It may not for everybody, but if you have a craving for a 16-bit style RPG, it’s a great way to get that fix with a game that you don’t have to worry about draining a cartridge battery with. (Mystic Chronicles, PS Vita, PSP) -

sdozzo  +   635d ago
Nice. My Vita awaits.

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