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Submitted by Articuno76 163d ago | opinion piece

[Continue Play] Retro Review - Rogue Galaxy Director's Cut

Continue Play's Shehzaan Abdulla takes a look back at one of JRPG developer Level-5s original IPs.

He comes away feeling that the Star Wars inspired classic has aged badly, and that maybe it wasn't good as he remembered it was to begin with. (PS2, Retro, Rogue Galaxy)

Chaos_Raiden  +   163d ago
I wish there is a HD Version of this game along with Dark Cloud 2 and Dragon Quest VIII on PS3.
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3-4-5  +   163d ago
I love the look of all 3 games you mentioned.

They stand the test of time because they aren't going for realism, but for a creative art style.

All the "realistic" games of that era/gen all look like crap now.
vishmarx  +   163d ago
i just wish L5 was still as good,
both White Knight and Ni no kuni were trash compared to this,
far as gameplay and content is concerned.
my 2nd most favourite rpg on the ps2 after ff 12
godofboobees  +   163d ago
I remembering seeing the Japanese trailer on cinematech and falling in love
MAULxx  +   163d ago
I never completed the game. I played it for a few hours. I still have it sitting on the shelf.

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