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I can understand that many gamers of the late 90's were pretty exhausted and displeased with the over-saturation of JRPGs. There were simply, the RPGs that were good and stood out from the pack (ex. Final Fantasy, Suikoden, Chrono Trigger) and the other 75% that fell flat because nothing really stood out about them. After all, there's only so much you can do with an RPG game right? Enter Wild Arms, where nothing about the game is earth-shattering, or ground-breaking. However this game is just ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
The game has a unique setting to it, but a few things about that bugs me. While it's set in some world based off of the Wild West with guns a tootin’ and deserts, there's only one character that actually uses a gun. Actually that gun is more like a bazooka / laser gun, not really a pistol like shown on the box cover. Another thing, his primary weapon is actually a sword, and so is Jack's, and Cecilia uses a magic staff. There's also giant Golems, aliens, castles, planes, magic users, huge towers...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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