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Nayuta no Kiseki's environments look amazingly pretty

Oh Elliot, you don't know how envious I am of you right now. Nayuta no Kiseki shows off its areas, and they look impressive for a PSP title. There is something nice about the architecture and structure that was shown today. At the top of one of the dungeons, there is a colossus like statue that exhibits spinning gears and ancient machinery, which is presented quite nicely.
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