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Retro Encounter 384 – Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter Part I

Retro Encounter 384 Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter

Don’t be a D-Ratio.

Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter doesn’t want you to have an easy time. A remarkable blend of PS2 visuals, tactical combat, rogue-like elements, and horror atmosphere set to a Hitoshi Sakimoto soundtrack, the fifth game in Capcom’s signature turn-based RPG series is as unique as it is challenging. Three RPGFan staff of various experience levels tackled Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter with open minds and full hearts this week, but how do they feel? Listen and learn!

Featuring: Michael Sollosi, Aleks Franiczek, Stephanie Sybydlo; Edited by Michael Sollosi

Opening and ending music by Miles Morkri.

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Michael Sollosi

Michael Sollosi

Sollosi joined RPGFan in 2014 as part of the music section but switched lanes to podcasting a year later, eventually becoming showrunner of the Retro Encounter podcast. Outside of RPGFan, Sollosi works in a government engineering office, enjoys visiting local parks and petting local dogs, and dreams of a second Ys vs Trails fighting game.

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