Excerpt: South America is not the first place people associate with game development. We're used to the lion's share of video game development being in Asia, North America, and Europe. Thus, Mazes of Fate for the Game Boy Advance came as a complete surprise to me. I never thought I'd see it in the US, but both it and its DS sequel made it over here.
Excerpt: Anyone who appreciates Eye of the Beholder should
take notice to what this game has to offer. Mazes of Fate is described
by Sabarasa as a “first person dungeon crawling role-playing game”, and
the first attempt by this developer at making a video game. Totally
fell under my games radar – I first heard of it from Portable Review’s
webmaster Bloodspoor, who had a lot of good to say about the title.
Excerpt: What makes a good RPG? Is it the storyline? The game play? Or even to some people, the graphics. Mazes of Fate has all three! Sabarasa Entertainment has done extremely well with the making of one of the better RPG’s of today. Sabarasa Entertainment has looked at some of yesteryear’s RPGs such as Ishar, Eye of The Beholder and Bloodwych for the style of game play. When most people think of a dungeon crawler, they thing countless floors with progressively harder enemies.