Pocket Gamer - It's incredibly easy for developers to make games that look like 16-bit JRPG. But it takes a rare talent to create a game that actually captures the feel of those mid-'90s games.
The Muteki Corporation has that skill, and Dragon Fantasy Book II pays satirical homage to some of the greatest moments of 16-bit roleplaying. Plus, there are plenty of geek culture references sprinkled in to keep more casual fans invested. 8/10