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Submitted by admiralvic 279d ago | review

Ring Runner - Flight of the Sages Review | Hardcore Gamer

Hardcore Gamer: In the tradition of classic 90′s RPGs, Ring Runner: Flight of the Sages kicks off with an ugly, slightly bloody pre-rendered image and a bit of dialogue explaining that you have amnesia. In stark contrast to that tradition, this is not followed by a character creation screen or any sort of dialogue choices. Rather, the abandoned space-ship on which you’ve apparently undergone elective surgery begins to explode, and you and your newly-implanted AI guide need to grab the nearest space-ship and get the hell out of dodge. (PC, Ring Runner - Flight of the Sages) 4/5

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