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  • A young warrior stands next to a fallen monster in Itorah

    There's a definition of "pure" that's proscriptive; a dogmatic adherence to surface details and strict rituals. I'm genuinely not thinking of any specific game, but many 'retro' inspired games fall into this way of thinking, and many more fans cut a good one down because of it.

    Itorah, however, feels pure in the sense of capturing the essence, the heart of a good retro …

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