Editor Extraordinaire Ashton Ruby joins us to review what might be considered one of the first true action RPGs: Crystalis for the NES! Known as God Slayer: Sonata of the Distant Heavens in Japan (which is an objectively cooler name), we follow our post-apocalyptic hero in his quest to save what remains of the world from the evil Draygon!
Today's Guest Information
Name: Ashton Ruby
Bio: A tired dad who edits videos and podcasts in his free time. He has been playing video games for over 30 years and all he has to show for it is arthritis.
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