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Submitted by Chalgyr 160d ago | review

Memories of a Vagabond - PC Review | Chalgyr's Game Room

Chalgyr's Game Room writes:

If there is one that can be said, it would be that the older I get, the more I wish games went back to the way that they used to be. I'm not even sure if RPG Maker games can even be called a guilty pleasure anymore as I seek them out much more than I do most higher budgeted titles. There's something about them that just makes me want to dig out my old Ikea chair (which I would have to battle the cats for it) find my old CRT, hook up my SNES and play the afternoon away in front of an open window. Memories of a Vagabond covers that nostalgic feeling very well and adds new and interesting gameplay elements that had me happily going into the NG+. (Memories of a Vagabond, PC) 9/10

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