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Submitted by -Mezzo- 428d ago | review

Gi - Mystic Chronicles (PS Vita) Review

Gi - Mystic Chronicles is a Japanese role-playing game for the PlayStation Portable (with PlayStation Vita compatibility). Developed by Kemco, a formerly prominent developer during the 8-bit era of gaming. Natsume handled the publishing duties on the digital North American release for the title. Originally developed as an iOS game with a different title, due to a poor English translation, Natsume changed the name of the title to Mystic Chronicles. The game is targeted at those looking for a decidedly retro JRPG experience as the game features 16-bit style graphics. Now featuring a new English translation from Natsume, does this retro style JRPG manage to add any depth to the genre or is it simply catering to a niche? (Mystic Chronicles, PS Vita) 62/100

MysticStrummer  +   428d ago
This is a highly fictionalized account of my younger days. The only truly accurate part is that I was involved in a lot of turn based combat.

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