Exile

Exile

After Sadler defeated the Caliph, he returned to his home village, greeted by his fellow assassins. A spy of the Crusaders has been spotted outside of the village; following his trail, Sadler encounters the powerful leader of the Knights Templar....

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Name Exile
Alternate Name
Exile: Toki no Hazama he
Japan
Alternate Name
Exile: Toki no Hazama e
Japan
Alternate Name
Exile
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Platform Sega Genesis
Release Date December 6, 1991
Game Type Released
ESRB Not Rated
Developers Telenet Japan
Publishers Renovation Products, Inc.
Genres Action, Role-Playing
Max Players 1
Cooperative No
Rating

Community Rating: 3.33
Total Votes: 15
Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exile_(1988_video_game_series)
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Overview
After Sadler defeated the Caliph, he returned to his home village, greeted by his fellow assassins. A spy of the Crusaders has been spotted outside of the village; following his trail, Sadler encounters the powerful leader of the Knights Templar. Travelling together to different countries of the world, they try to find a mysterious holy artifact that can supposedly put an end to the religious wars. Exile is a sequel to XZR. Like its predecessor, it is an action role-playing game with platforming elements, set in a fictionalized version of the Middle East and other world regions in 13th century. Travel and exploration occur in the traditional overhead view of RPGs, while the battles and dungeons are side-scrolling mazes, similar to Wanderers from Ys. Experience points are awarded for defeating enemies. Leveling-up automatically raises Sadler's attributes. Sadler fights with swords and can also cast offensive and restorative spells. Weapons, armor and items can be bought and sold in towns.
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