This is a free MMORPG game that combines the elements of a hack and slash third-person action game style with high-fantasy elements from the Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest series. You play the role of a mage named Solus and fight to take back the world from the evil Emperor Nakarnore who has gone uncontrol.
The mini-RPG genre became popular in the late 2000s when Maximum PC and a magazine called 1UP began publishing short stories based on Japanese RPG-style characters and environments featured in cult classics like Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest and Chrono Trigger.
As a gamer, it is our duty to make sure we have our hands on the latest and greatest games available to us. Unfortunately some companies still refuse to bring the love and care their games deserve, instead releasing outdated garbage and missing features. The Switch, thankfully, is a little more accepting to the drudgery of some outdated games.
Final Fantasy XV is nearly bad enough just so you know, so maybe I'm just crazy, but I love the game so damn much I feel like I'm going to have to throw my Switch. I mean, this guy. This guy. What is this guy doing in my game? If you made a game where I just drink flaming coffee all day and listen to really mysterious rappers, I'd totally spend (a lot of) money on that game.
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