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I review a Japanese freeware Rogue-a-like
Published on May 3, 2008 By erathoniel In PC Gaming

    Elona is a wonderful Japanese (with an English option) rogue-a-like (CRPG-style game with similarities to Rogue, a sub-breed of roguelikes) with wonderful graphics, music, and gameplay. It has a day-night system, weather system, pet system, and many more small wonderful delights too numerous for me to mention.

    It's really a wonderful game, with my only complaint being the leveled town missions. Go get it now! Five @'s.

    Screenshot (not a good example of the art, unfortunately):

Elona Screenshot

on May 03, 2008
erathoniel, how do you have time to find all these games to play and reviewed, never mind the fact that some of these games havve to be bought, man, you must be rich and have lots of time to kill.
on May 03, 2008

How hard is it to spend $60 on a game with the fact that at least 75% of the games I play are free? Some of these games are ones I've had a long time, also.

I do have a lot of free time, though.