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    RPG Backtrack: Episode 54 - Two-Dimensional Thinking

    Eschewing the trend of three-dimensional gameplay, Vanillaware demonstrates how sticking to two dimensions can be stunning. Thus it is fitting that the studio's games warrant some time for analysis.
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    Ugh, Ignition. This probably sounds childish, but I refuse to buy any other poorly-localized Ignition-published games, after what they did to Arc Rise Fantasia. I suppose I could buy Muramasa used.

    I've always been impressed by VanillaWare games, even though I've yet to play a single one. Here's hoping Grand Knights History does well in North America.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strawberry Eggs View Post
    Ugh, Ignition. This probably sounds childish, but I refuse to buy any other poorly-localized Ignition-published games, after what they did to Arc Rise Fantasia. I suppose I could buy Muramasa used.
    That's fair, didn't they steal both of those games away from XSEED as well?

    You should play Muramasa though, such a beautiful game.

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