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Septerra Core Editor Review

Hey all you review fans! I'm back with a pre-Shen Mue review update (yes, it will be coming soooooon). Having finally beaten Septerra Core, I felt compelled to write a very long review, to reflect how much of my life it took up these last two weeks! Find the review here.

Since it's a short update, I'll give you a little background about the game. It was designed by Valkyrie Studios, published by TopWare Interactive and Monolith, and distributed by Interplay. And here's a fun fact: we have a previous review of Septerra Core written by reader Dedwinbro here.

Finally, might as well take this chance to say something about the new standards. It's true you have to explain each of the aspects you score, but that doesn't mean you have to do them either in any particular order, or devote a seperate section to each one. As long as you explain each of the subjects we grade on (graphics, sound and music, story, gameplay, control (if applicable), and overall) that's fine.

Well, that's it for this update, and we should have the Shen Mue review up in about a week! Till then!

Date Updated:
January 18th, 2000

Time Updated:
3:40 PM


Sensei Phoenix

Related Links:
  •   Monolith
  •   Interplay


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