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Announced a while ago by NEC Interchannel for the Dreamcast, this remake of the strategy RPG Black/Matrix on Saturn will surely help to fill the void in the RPG department on the latest Sega console. While not much is known about what kinds of improvements NEC will make in the game, a few screenshots have been revealed and quite frankly I'm starting to wonder if these screenshots aren't from the Saturn version because they look remarkably similar to the graphics in the actual Saturn game. If these are INDEED the graphics for the Dreamcast version, at least players can take comfort in the fact that the game is actually quite good and should be a welcome addition to Dreamcast Strategy/RPG owners who don't already own the Saturn version.

For anybody wanting more details about the actual story and gameplay, you can check out the review of the Saturn version by our very own Commodore Wheeler which has been on the site for quite a while now (yet, a lot of sites are now claiming having FIRST details on the gameplay and story of the game). The review can be found by clicking right here.

To check out the pics of the Dreamcast version (supposedly), head right over here.

Date Updated:
August 10th, 1999

Time Updated:
5:02 PM


Rudo

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