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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1914d ago | review

Tech-Gaming: Sands of Destruction Review

There was a period, during mid-to-late Nineties, when you couldn't swing a stick in a Babbage's without knocking over a shelf full of Japanese RPGs. It was during this time that a lot of great, genre-defining games, like Final Fantasy VIII, Legend of Dragoon and Vagrant Story were released, but for every Chrono Trigger, there were a dozen half-hearted flops. (Nintendo DS, Sands of Destruction) C/A+

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