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Jolt: Opoona Review

This is not an RPG to change people's minds, and there's a fair chance it'll repel more newcomers to JRPGs than it pulls in: the random nature of the battles will aggravate many and Opoona's 'lifestyle' elements equate to little more than a bit of light wandering and a bed to sleep in to restore HP. As a result, Opoona represents something of a missed opportunity and feels like it needs an extra hour or two in the oven to heat things up a little, but if the prospect of something a little cooler wets your appetite, Artepiazza's effort has much to give underneath its tranquility.

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