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Submitted by CGMagazine 495d ago | review

CGM Reviews: Ys: Memories of Celceta

Ys might end up taking the crown for “longest-running series”, as it has churned out titles since 1987. Never breaking the mainstream, our lovable hero Adol Cristan has continually captured the hearts of RPG fanatics, but only within a very niche demographic. Memories of Celceta, the newest entry, breathes life into Sony’s handheld, the PlayStation Vita. The story is boring, the graphics are dated, but the fighting and exploration is enthralling. I may be new to the phenomenon, but Memories of Celceta is a blast to play, despite how simple it is. Adol might as well be anime’s Indiana Jones, as his love of adventure and thirst for exploration act as inspiration for the player. (PS Vita, Ys: Memories of Celceta) 8/10

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