For over a hundred years, the witch Metallia has been unable to venture beyond the confines of her swamp. And when the world won’t come to the swamp, the only thing you can do is take the swamp to the world. To that end, ...
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Arcania: The Complete Tale gives consumers a three year old rpg that really hasn’t got anything going for it. The graphics and sound look at least a decade old, the combat and story line are standard rpg fare, and the endless (...
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La Pucelle: Tactics brings with it a fair amount of good and bad with it. It has a great story and plenty of play, but can feel dated and slow moving. It may not hold the attention to those who aren't fans of tactical RPG games.
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