Baroque

Published by Atlus, Developed by Sting

Genres: RPG

US release date: Feb 28th, 2008 | EU release date: -

Baroque

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Keranu said:

The main character looks like a wimpy version of the villain in Exile.

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mims3000 said:

Wii is set to take out 2008 with a bang.

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Wiimaster said:

This game is a buy first day.

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ToTaLgAmEr said:

Looks pretty kewl, I wonder what it's about?

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Captain Jamesman said:

Hmph, you don't see these kind of games on Wii very much.

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Syl said:

Wii needs more RPG games, badly. Thanks to Atlus yet again, they got it.

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Entkleidigung said:

I wish they made a new Ogre Battle game for the Wii (*hint hint*).

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Clean said:

Ogre Battle for Wii would rock.

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R said:

I got this game and it sucks as an RPG. You can build your characters.

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none said:

I got the game and it sux! It's like the game is never ending and all you are doing is the same.

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BAD said:

I got the game and I can say that you don't want it! I fully recommend Tales of Symohonia: Dawn of the new world instead.

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Aaron said:

Looks really bad. I wish Wii would come out with some better games. If it weren't for the mario games and zelda I would regret buying one.

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Kratatosk said:

The wii's only good Rpgs I've played are Tales of Symphonia dawn of the new world and Fire Emblem. The Wii needs better RPGs.

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Thepeopleschoice said:

Arc rise fantasia is good. Try it.

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