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Xanadu Next Review
If there are no roller skates, I don't want in.
12.08.16 - 12:19 PM

No, Xanadu Next is not the sequel to a 1980 disco movie. It's a port of a 2005 Falcom dungeon crawler that made its way to the West last month.

Robert Fenner picked it up and played it after its new release, and he's got the lowdown on how it holds up in his review, which you can read at the link below. I have to admit that I was surprised to see how much he liked it, given its age. (Not because old games are bad, but because 11 years is an eternity in the evolution of game mechanics.) For all of the details, check out his review!


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