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A look at Mythri, a cancelled GBC/GBA RPG

Mythri was a Japanese-style RPG developed by Team XKalibur for the Game Boy Color. This was then cancelled and moved over to GBA, which ended up being cancelled as well. Now we've seen the game’s playable prototypes, art and music and music released. If you want to pick through what's been made available, you can check out more details on the project here.
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