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Namco Poll

It's been an updating marathon for me this weekend, due to all my planned updates being crammed into one day. Why, you ask? The power unexpectedly went out last night, which put me way behind. Anyway, let's get to it.

As a popular game publisher, Namco isn't known for its RPGs, but rather its fighting, racing, and Pac Man games. However, when they released Tales of Destiny in America, many RPG fans took notice. Namco has a few more RPGs up their sleeve. Now comes the hard part...choose one.

"Which Namco RPG would you most like to see released in America?"

The results of this poll will be e-mailed to Namco of America so you must vote to be heard.

Now for our past weekly poll wrap-up. Last week we had an exciting showdown between the old English and normal styles of text in Dragon Warrior games. Both sides were equally matched, yet normal style took an early 60 - 30 lead (roughly). But it was old English that rallied from behind to overtake normal by the 3rd quarter...uh....Wednesday. Old English sustained the narrow lead for the win. Touchdown! To see the final scores...er...results, go to the archives.

Why the football-themed poll update? Let's just say that a certain RPGFan editor will be keeping tabs on this week's monday night football game.

Date Updated:
October 1st, 2000

Time Updated:
9:19 PM


Stahn Mahn


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