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Lost Odyssey


0:0126/03/2008Posted by Greg LathamNo Comments

There’s something to be said for tradition. The shrewd old sage sitting in the corner of a room watching the young relentlessly attempt to innovate and add ‘fresh’ new ingredients into life. The old man would probably laugh, chuckle to himself, content with his achievements knowing full well that they’ll stand the test of time. And stand the test of time they have. Lost Odyssey is the wise old man of the role playing world, drenched in the tried and tested gameplay mechanics and structure of RPGs from the last ten or so years. With Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi at the helm, Lost Odyssey takes on many of the hallmarks of that critically acclaimed series, yet twists them slightly to ensure that it has its own identity and isn’t simply a neatly dressed title, pressed out of an RPG cookie-cutter template…

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