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Catching Them All Again in Disc Creatures

Creature collecting is a thriving piece of the RPG marketplace. Juggernauts like Pokémon continue to break sales records while competitors like Digimon garner critical and commercial acclaim worldwide. Something about the collection of colorful creatures is widely appealing to both kids and adults, it’s surprising we don’t see many games try to break into that mold as we do. For every Yo-Kai Watch or Ooblets, we get tons of failed imitators that never catch on. For classic monster collectors out there, nostalgia titles like Disc Creatures may be the way…

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Catching Up With Kawazu: The Legendary RPG Developer Talks SaGa and Why We Shouldn’t Call Everything an RPG

[quads id=10] RPG fans generally look back on the ’90s as a golden age, but there’s no question that wonderful chapter of the genre’s history was missing some pages in the west. Even titles that didn’t go missing sometimes had their names crossed out and re-written, thus muddying up their histories. Square Enix’s SaGa series has examples of both practices: Its games have been both renamed and outright shunned as a translation candidate. The first three SaGa games came to the Game Boy as Final Fantasy Legend, Final Fantasy Legend…

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