I just finished playing The DioField Chronicle, a game of stellar political complexity with a combat system wedding the best elements of Fire Emblem and Age of Empires, all augmented by incredible graphics and being fully voice-acted. All of which makes the game quite engrossing and unique, though it was quite a bit on the short side for my taste. As to the plotline, well, it all comes down to game's official description: "A band of elite mercenaries calling themselves Blue Fox arise amidst the flames and the chaos, their fates and valiant deeds to be sung of in ages yet to come. But when all is said and done, will the name Blue Fox come to signify hope or darkest tragedy?"
A question I now know the answer to.
Regardless, it was an honor working with you Izelair and Zoruaq Wigan, Fredret Lester, Iscarion Colchester, Lorraine Luckshaw, Rickenback "Rickles" Madea, Shivat Malzin, Estalt Yewfare, Castavere Bunnow, Umarida, Tremina Umbert, Catherine, Donovar Sullion, Hezeliah Shaytham, and Chappleman.
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