WorthPlaying: Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon Review

WorthPlaying writes: "For as long as the Nintendo Wii has been available, it only has one standout title for the RPG genre, Super Paper Mario. Every other category has at least one game that can best represent the system but for RPGs, only a few, like Spectrobes: Origins, can be considered decent by most people or, in the case of Phantom Brave, ports of games that have previously existed on other consoles. Most of the console's role-playing games fall way below average while the absolute best entries are actually re-releases on the Virtual Console. This year could prove to be the year that changes things, though, with some big names in the genre publishing either brand-new games or anticipated sequels, like Monster Hunter Tri, Sakura Wars: Farewell My Love, and Xenoblade. One of the year's first games that hopes to make a name for itself as a standout Wii RPG is Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon, a game by Tri-Crescendo who became famous for titles like Baten Kaitos: Origins and Eternal Sonata. For the most part, the game succeeds."

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