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Steambot Chronicles | Retro Game Review | JRPG | RPG | PS2 | Playstation 2

I hope everyone had an excellent holiday. Today I'm reviewing Steambot Chronicles for PS2. This is one of my favorite games because of the amount of things to do and see as well as the unique steam punk setting within the game. Title: Steambot Chronicles Publisher: Atlus Platform: PS2 Release Date: 2006 Where to Buy: Amazon seems to be the only way to go (aside from ebay of course). The game was a commercial failure in north america, so not many copies exist; and it was before Atlus "struck gold" (and attainted a cult following) with games like Persona 3 and 4. There are currently 2 copies available on Amazon at time of this review for $90 - $120. You can keep checking back. Here is the page for the game on Amazon right here. Edit: Actually there appears to be 2 pages on Ama

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King’s Quest To Get a Sequel King’s Quest IX on July 28th 2015.

I think I recall hearing about this a year or two ago... but it fell to the back of my mind... until a facebook ad told me to like Sierra Games for updates on the "new" king's quest game. Upon clicking that ad, I saw the game is about to release on July 28th.... and I SPAZZED OUT. I can barely contain myself to even write this right now... https://youtu.be/GDQ1WjjHaNI I own ALL of the games. My favorite is "heir today, gone tomorrow" because it was the first one I played :) (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); They are beautifully hand drawn point and click games with charming (Although sometimes cheesey) characters and humor mixed in. Their last title, was NOT a good move for the company and I assumed would be the death of the series (They made an ultima-ish firs...

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