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Oh my, when I checked out my Xenoblade Chronicles 2 review, I noticed that it stopped somewhere in the middle of the conclusion. I fixed that now, so you can read the missing one and a half sentences. Yay.
It's really incredible, whenever I complain that I wasn't able to achieve X in time Y, then suddenly an opportunity comes up to finish X quickly.
Yesterday, I wrote that I had to start with a tiny portion of the moments section, and today I'm here and able to announce that two more moments have been published. Enjoy!
I wanted to be this update to be bigger, I really tried my best. Alas, I haven't got enough time to write down everything I've got, so I thought instead of postponing the update again, I'll start with a tiny portion of that new section.
Named section is a upcoming set of articles over in the coverage area. It's called Those Moments, and it's meant to collect some of the most intense, strong moments that happen in various rpgs.
I had the idea for that section the past days when I played Xenoblade 2 Torna: Golden Kingdom and saw some scenes that reminded me of what happened in the original Xenoblade 2 game which plays 500 years after its sequel.
I started this upcoming series of articles with a heavy topic (a certain scene in Final Fantasy VI) that made me include some phone numbers to various help lines.
I still hope you like the idea; the next updates here on rpg-o-mania will cover more intense moments.
This website covers videogames, namely, console role playing games, with the likes of Final Fantasy, Breath of Fire, Suikoden, Grandia, and so on. Once in the past, there were many pages online such as these, but not many have survived.
rpg-o-mania is designed to give you interesting stuff to read and watch. Articles, reviews, background information as well as some webmasters' rant as well. This page is divided into in-depth-information ("Coverage"), Reviews and ratings ("Spotlight") and some Media, self-made wallpapers, artwork and even some music.
If you know the page from days yonder, you might notice that some stuff is gone. I removed everything that could be problematic in terms of copyright, so that you, the reader, can enjoy the page while I do not have to worry about any copyright infringement.