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Sand Land Harnesses the Power of Darude's "Sandstorm" in New Trailer

A new Sand Land trailer has been released, and it harnesses the power of an iconic 2000s dance tune with a very famous five-note intro.

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Review: Sand Land | Console Creatures

Bobby says, "Overall, Sand Land is an adequate adventure that occasionally showcases moments of brilliance but struggles to capture the original work's essence."

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ZeekQuattro5d ago

Excellent game. Shame it doesn't appear Tobe selling all that well. Maybe when the Anime drops sales will pick up.

shinoff21833d ago

I wanted to buy it. It's just jrpgs have been busy this year. It's definitely on the list. I also had missed some releases the last few years so I'm back tracking as well on stuff like ys monstrum nux, etc.

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Sand Land Review [Capsule Computers]

Travis Bruno of Capsule Computers writes:

"While many know of the great late Akira Toriyama for his Dragon Ball franchise, the legendary mangaka and designer had contributed to countless games and properties throughout the years, ranging from classics like Chrono Trigger and Dragon Quest to some under-appreciated gems like Blue Dragon. As such, when it was revealed that a one volume manga he wrote back in 2000 would be given both a film, net animation, and a game, it seemed like a great way to continue to celebrate his past works. Sadly, despite being announced and nearly finished, Toriyama’s sudden passing on March 1st leaves Sand Land as one of the last projects the legend had worked on. This places a lot of weight on the shoulders of a cross-media game built around a single volume manga, but does Sand Land manage to deliver?"

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SAND LAND Review  | TheXboxHub

James writes: It’s fair to say SAND LAND is an alright anime-based action-RPG that fans of the series might enjoy.

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