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Fortuna Magus
I, Magus
by Nadia Oxford 8/5/2014
Product: RPG Fortuna Magus
Publisher: Kemco Games
Format: Android, iPhone, iPad
Genre: RPG
Players: 1
Version: US
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In the '90s and early aughts, the Japanese RPG (JRPG) dominated video game sales charts thanks to monster hits developed by Squaresoft.

The genre has since lost some of its selling power, but there is still quite a devoted JRPG fanbase that still can't get enough of turn-based battles and character drama.

Fortuna Magus by Kemco Games should make fans of traditional JRPGs quite happy. However, anyone looking for something that's daring and different should cast "Warp" and get the heck away from it.

It's like magic

Fortuna Magus takes place in a world where the ability to use magic stays dormant in the body until some event triggers the capability to use the power of the elements. "Magi" tend to go crazy after turning, and are therefore hated and feared by society. ...
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Summary
Fortuna Magus doesn't innovate much on the classic retro JRPG formula, but that might be exactly what some people want
RATINGS
Audio/visual: 6
Gameplay: 7
Value: 8
Innovation: 6
Overall: 7
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