Tag Archive | "historical-fantasy"

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Historian Review

Posted on April 17, 2007 by

Dracula has held our fascination for centuries, and yet his life, and his death remain a mystery to us. So it is only natural for him to star in many novels and games, making the hunt for him a focal point in the plot. The novel The Historian, by Elizabeth Kostova, features the history of Dracula. The fear and danger of searching for him are wonderfully depicted in this novel, keeping the reader glued to its pages.

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Agon RPG Review

Posted on September 9, 2006 by

Agon takes place in a mythical Greece, drawing heavily from the Iliad and the Odyssey as inspiration (along with other sources like the films Clash of the Titans and Troy). Characters take on the role of heroes serving the gods on quests throughout the land, seeking glory and fame so their names may live on throughout the ages…

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Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children

Posted on January 12, 2006 by

Available on Amazon.com Released in September 2005 to a North American audience, Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children has been heralded as the stunning animé sequel to the Final Fantasy VII video game. I have not played Final Fantasy VII, but I have played other games within the Final Fantasy series. Watching this animé was like […]

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