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  • Summary: Last Dream: World Unknown incorporates the best features of classic RPGs: replayability and complete immersion into a vast world, rich with detail.
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  1. Jul 24, 2017
    75
    With a great amount of variety and choice, Last Dream: World Unknown is an RPG Maker game that deserves to be celebrated. The game is here to remind us that old school RPGs can still be fun, but it also brings back memories that we don't always want to admit — that some parts are best left in the past. Regardless, if you love the NES and early SNES days of turn-based combat, I highly recommend this game. Otherwise, the archaic dungeons, awkward world map navigation, and the basic plot might put you off.
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  1. Jun 8, 2017
    10
    Winner. Best game of the NES-era in a big way. So much customization and depth. More than the 80's and 90's could have delivered in oneWinner. Best game of the NES-era in a big way. So much customization and depth. More than the 80's and 90's could have delivered in one package. Borrows from many games, but that's part of its genius. Expand
  2. Jun 1, 2017
    10
    Better than the original and far beyond my expectations. Last Dream was fantastic because it recaptured all the best elements of classic RPGs.Better than the original and far beyond my expectations. Last Dream was fantastic because it recaptured all the best elements of classic RPGs. Last Dream: World Unknown takes everything one big step up and elevates a classic yet highly refined experience into a marvelous joy. About 40% into the game is a surprising new experience (I won't spoil it here) that isn't even hinted at on the Steam advertisements or elsewhere. It's odd to bury such quality deep into the game, but I think that reveals something of the mind of the developers. They apparently want to delight Players. They did for me and if you enjoy classic-era (~SNES/N64 games), then I really think you will love Last Dream: World Unknown. Expand
  3. Jun 2, 2017
    10
    If you thought Last Dream was par excellence, World Unknown takes everything a big step further. The world is bigger, the NPCs have much moreIf you thought Last Dream was par excellence, World Unknown takes everything a big step further. The world is bigger, the NPCs have much more (funny!) personality, the mapping is very well done, and the battles are bigger/harder/more complex. A superb sequel to a terrific series! Expand
  4. Jun 1, 2017
    10
    Last Dream: World Unknown is a cosmos unto itself, offering so much expansive content: hidden forests, frozen towers, ancient shrines,Last Dream: World Unknown is a cosmos unto itself, offering so much expansive content: hidden forests, frozen towers, ancient shrines, towering castles, dark armies, and an entire world of characters that feel real to the cities, villages, and towns in World Unknown. This is at least five games in one. Brilliant! Expand
  5. Jun 2, 2017
    9
    Brilliant game with endless content and wonderful characters. I have no idea how long this game goes - the Steam page says 45 hours ofBrilliant game with endless content and wonderful characters. I have no idea how long this game goes - the Steam page says 45 hours of main-story content and 25 hour of additional content... I know I won't finish it that fast. I chose to play on "Hard" which I find very rewarding. This is just an outstanding game with many fun surprises and amazing music. Why a 9 and not a 10? Certain puzzles are way too hard. I'm a smart person and I had to resort to reading the Strategy Guide (like, a thousand pages of Guide - seriously) to figure out some of the last puzzles. That is a relatively small complaint given how awesome this game is. An excellent buy. Get Last Dream, too! Expand