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Dynamic-Designs Releases GalaxyRobo in English!

22 July 2015 6:45AM EST - Update by Draken

Translations News - RHDN Project Page

After the shortest production time in D-D history, GalaxyRobo was released this week. It is a fairly simplistic SRPG created by the same company responsible for the Lennus series and tells the story of intragalactic war in which you control a sundry of characters who fight back against an empire which seeks to control all.

GalaxyRobo is a classic SNES era SRPG in the same vein as FEDA or Fire Emblem. As an extra bonus, it was one of the few games created with support for the SNES mouse peripheral. So, if you’re playing the game on an actual SNES, be sure to dig out that old mouse and give it a whirl!

Head over to D-D for a full array of patch formats, and as always stop by their forums to stay up-to-date on any news concerning their projects.

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