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Mazes of Fate – Review

Though I can see what the developers were going for, the dungeon-crawl genre comes pre-loaded with a few hurdles to get over, and anyone attempting to pull it off successfully has to absolutely nail the mechanics or drown the player with charm in order to avoid turning out something that's too trudging and tedious to bear. Although it's not terrible in any aspect, this game simply fails to do either.

Mazes of Fate – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Mild Fantasy Violence, and Use of Alcohol

Mazes of Fate

Game Description: Mazes of Fate is a first-person role-playing game for the Game Boy Advance handheld console. The game takes players into a dark fantasy world facing divine punishment. The ancient gods, disgusted by humanity's pride, intend to wipe mankind out and replace it with a new, more submissive race of goat-men. One party of adventurers is left to make the ultimate choice. Should they fight back against overwhelming odds, or sentence humanity to a fate that may be worse than death?

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