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Monster Masters

I might as well review the books related to the Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy series that I received for my birthday, since I’ve finished reading them. Dragon Quest Illustrations, by Akira Toriyama – This collects some of Toriyama’s drawings … Continue reading

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Saving the World While We’re Young

I’ve seen the topic come up of how everyone tends to be young in Japanese role-playing video games, to the extent that people in their thirties are considered old. I noticed this in Final Fantasy VII, where everyone seems to … Continue reading

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Heal the World

I was reminded recently of the games developed by Quintet in the early 1990s, which deal with various religious themes. Their first game was ActRaiser, released by Enix for the Super Nintendo. It’s a combination of simulation and action where … Continue reading

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