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Self-fulfilling and Inevitable

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May 15th, 2017, 1:00 pm

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Dogbert, March 5th, 2017, 2:56 am

Mobius Final Fantasy

Mobius' story takes its sweet time to take off, and the first two chapters feel like a godawful tabletop campaign with a trollish GM, but once you get past the trolling, you get to see there's more to the story of this warrior of light than meets the eye.

The best thing of the game, though, is its innovative memory management method (if you play it on a phone, that is), which is rather efficient and only uses a minimum of assets, which are in constant rotation (Contrary to the awfully inefficient Brave Exvius, which actually led me to believe Japanese videogame devs had grown complacent and lazy).


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