It's not every day that a Japanese RPG hits the Xbox 360. Last month's Blue Dragon didn't exactly make the waves that Microsoft had hoped it would; it was certainly a positive sign that things in the Xbox camp were headed in the right direction. Eternal Sonata, currently a 360 exclusive, now further hammers in the point that Microsoft is starting to take the genre seriously. As a semi turn-based, semi real-time RPG set in the dream of the coma-bound composer, Frederic Chopin, there should be little doubt that Eternal Sonata is something different.
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