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Terra Memoria - Review

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    [​IMG]ESTNN reviewed the Adventure-RPG Terra Memoria:


    Terra Memoria Review - a Delightful Turn-Based Adventure

    Here's a complete review of Terra Memoria, the new indie RPG game by La Moutarde.

    Those of us who grew up with the SNES or the Original PlayStation have experienced our fair share of golden-era adventure RPGs during childhood. And while the genre has evolved a lot over the years, there's just something about the classics like Grandia or Breath of Fire that will forever hold a special place in our hearts.

    Naturally, when we saw a game like Terra Memoria, we had to try it out. Developed by an indie studio called La Moutarde, this adventure RPG borrows plenty of inspiration from the classics while adding some modern twists of its own.

    Terra Memoria is out now on all platforms, but if you're still on the fence about it, maybe our hands-on review will help you decide whether the game deserves a spot on your digital library. Let's get started!


    The art style in Terra Memoria is breathtakingly beautiful. The moment you start it up, it's clear that it draws inspiration from Octopath Traveler with its blend of Pixel and 3D art style. But that isn't necessarily a bad thing.

    As you move from one region to the next, the world feels truly alive, with plenty of NPCs doing their own things. The lush landscape of regions like the Southfield or Mirevale Forest offers an immersive experience unlike any that we've seen in recent years.

    Score: 8.5/10
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