Edge: Magna Carta II Review

Don't be fooled by Magna Carta II's Korean heritage. While artist Hyung-Tae Kim's character designs, with shrunken heads set atop long, tapering necks and torsos, are idiosyncratic and fresh, this is a Japanese RPG to the bone. To anyone with even the smallest experience of the JRPG form, it's a clutch of over-familiar tropes fronted by another: Juto, the pubescent, amnesiac lead whose quest to avenge a friend's death literalises the journey of a young men into adulthood through an endless stream of XP and incremental stat upgrades.

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