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Alana Hagues
The Technomancer Review
Yes, in 200 years there will be life on Mars.
07.18.16 - 1:08 PM

Space and sci-fi RPGs need a bit of a boost after the disappointment that was Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness. Exploring space has been many a child's dream, and to have our hopes dashed numerous times with the promise of exploring the Milky Way is always a let down...

But what if the tables are turned? What if you're not trying to discover new planets, rather you're attempting to rediscover Earth? That's what The Technomancer attempts to convey. Nick Ransbottom got his hands on this. Did he enjoy it? Or was it another example of a game crashing down to Earth? Click the link below to read Nick's review!


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