Posts Tagged Muteki Corporation

[PS3/Vita Review] Dragon Fantasy Book II

Join Ogden and the heroes of Westeria in this classic JRPG epic, Dragon Fantasy Book II. Travel through the frozen wastelands of Tundaria, experiencing action packed battles without random encounters, using spatially aware Area-of-Effect attacks and power moves. Travel by a pirate ship, defending against enemies in thrilling ship-to-ship rock monster combat! Defeat oncoming hordes of demons and huge bosses that threaten the entire world of Dragon Fantasy.

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Dragon Fantasy Book II Release Date announced

Muteki Corporation has just announced the release date of their upcoming 16-bits JRPG Dragon Fantasy Book II! The game will be released on September 10th, and will be Cross-buy and Cross-save for the PS3 and the PS Vita (YAY!).

Earlier this year, I reviewed Dragon Fantasy Book I, and I can’t wait to play the sequel! From the screenshots, the game feels like a Final-Fantasy-VI-Chrono-Trigger-hybrid.

PS+ members purchasing the game on the launch week will also benefit from a 20% discount, bringing the game from $14.99 to $11.99. The game is also said to feature a Platinum Trophy!

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[Giveaway] Dragon Fantasy: Book I

Win the Vita Game Dragon Fantasy: Book I

Ceidz did a review for Dragon Fantasy: Book I, a great retro-JRPG that is reminiscent of old NES games with its difficulty and game design. Muteki has been kind enough to provide me with two codes so that you can try to win a free copy of their game! You know the drill by now, so get started! Giveaway will end on May 27.

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[PS3/Vita Review] Dragon Fantasy Book I

Experience an all-new old adventure! Fight your way through hordes of strange, silly, and scary monsters! Explore the caves, castles, and dungeons of an ancient evil! Meet warriors, princes, pirates, zombies, and crazy old woodsmen in a huge world of epic retro adventure!

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