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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:01pm 13/07/09 | 0 Comments
There's a lot to be looking forward to as 2009 comes to a close, but as it stands right now, game releases are a little on the thin side (which tends to happen around this time of year in gaming). But that doesn't mean there aren't lengthy games to tide you over.

Star Ocean: The Last Hope is one such game which, in typical Eastern RPG fashion, features a long story campaign spanning many hours and plenty of characters and grinding.

Unfortunately it's the latter that will likely keep people interested in the game over the former, as Kosta found out in his in-depth review.

You can also check out more for the game from our Star Ocean: The Last Hope game page.



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