Is the popular JRPG set to receive a sequel?
"A new title that’ll surprise all of you, so please look forward to that.”
Sales include Japan only sales of 3DS game and worldwide sales of PS3 edition.
Why Level 5's latest might succeed where Square Enix failed.
Here's what we thought about the game.
Citing no negatives.
"We've concluded that there is no patent violation."
All you want to know about the game.
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