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Retro Reader Review Return

Oh boy, it's been a while, hasn't it review fans? Hopefully the technical difficulties are over and I can get some of these reviews out. In any case, this edition of the RPG museum features some classic SNES RPGs of yore. All the reviews were submitted by reader Dancin' Homer, so let's get started.

First up we have a review of Kemco's Drakkhen. Catchy little title with a review here. After that comes the sequel to said Kemco game, Dragon View which you can find the review for here. And the final Kemco game up for review today is Lagoon which you can read here.

Okay, now on to Nintendo itself with a review of the rather odd but cool game Earthbound which you can read about here.

On the whole Enix/Quintet side we have a review of Illusion of Gaia which you can read here.

Finally, rounding out the whole bunch is Plex's Villgust which is an RPG based on the manga of the same name. Anyway, read about it here.

Well, that wraps it up for this edition, and next time I'll have some import reviews for you all. It shall be fun. Till then review fans, sayounara.

Date Updated:
August 10th, 2000

Time Updated:
3:05 PM


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