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XSEED has added another game from Nihon Falcom’s back catalogue to its slow-but-steadily growing collection of Steam releases. Ys Origin dates back to 2006 so if you’re a hardcore fan (as most people who recognise the word “Ys” are) you’ve probably already played it, but this is the first officially localised Englished version to hit […]