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Anachronox: Review @ RPG Warehouse

(PC: Single-Player RPG) | Posted by Moriendor @ Tuesday - July 16, 2002 - 05:43 -
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This game hasn't been in the news for a while but now it's RPG Warehouse who take it back into the spotlight with their review. Ion Storm's futuristic RPG scores an excellent 89%.

Here's an excerpt:
    Then, there's the best part of the game. The plot is sort of a social satire that takes place in a sci-fi world, but that's not why you're playing this game. If you want plot, play Deus Ex. The reason to play this game is to see one of the funniest casts of game characters ever assembled. I can't talk about the characters without spoiling some of the funniest things I've seen in a while, so I won't.

    And then, there is the game world (or worlds, shall I say). I can't think of a better game world in recent memory (although Final Fantasy X comes close). There's just so much to explore and so much to do that it becomes it's own game. This game actually uses the gig it takes up for a full installation.
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