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Game Revolution: Sands of Destruction Review

Sands of Destruction was released in Japan over a year ago, and somehow garnered a large enough fan base to justify an animé and manga based off it, not to mention Sega bringing it Stateside. Nothing about it stands out (except Taupy, of course), and the story and character motives hardly make any sense. Leave it to the Japanese to start inexplicable crazes, SoD is a hard product to recommend. At best, this is a game that you can thoroughly tolerate.

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