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Generally speaking, RPGs come in two forms: Japanese and Western RPGs. In Japanese RPGs, narrative and combat typically take center stage. Square Enix is the quintessential developer of JRPGs with their Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest series, perhaps, the most well known in the genre. Western RPGs are mostly defined for the in-game choices offered and open-ended gameplay. BioWare has become... Read Review

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Last Rebellion offers a unique battle system, but its complexity and lackluster story leave little to be desired. Read More

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