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Submitted by IanBear 533d ago | review

PlayDevil: Ys: Memories of Celceta Review

PlayDevil has reviewed YS: Memories of Celceta for PS Vita

Here is a snippet:

"Memories of Celceta doesn't concern itself too much with story. JRPGs have developed a nasty habit of overemphasizing clichéd tales much to the annoyance of their tired players. We've all become jaded towards the amnesia stricken hero; indeed, use of this story hook is now considered a cardinal sin in game development. So I was shocked to find within minutes of booting up Memories of Celceta for the first time that our hero Adol Christin suffers from crippling memory loss. I suppose the name of the game should have given it away." (PS Vita, Ys: Memories of Celceta) 80/100

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