Publicada: 23 Maio
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Gameplay- Pretty typical JRPG as far as gameplay goes. You have your party and you explore dungeons, towns, and the overworld. As with most JRPG’s you can find a wide variety of armour and weapons, each with their own special abilities. The only feature that separates this game from any other JRPG is its combat. It is turn based, with the unique twist; after each turn the monsters slowly get more powerful. Ultimately all this normally does is forces you to use the spells that cause the most damage, and subsequently use up the most of your magic points. After the battle is over your characters will regain full health and a portion of their magic points back. This seems cool at first, but it gets pretty repetitive. Also, each area has a predefined amount of monsters you can fight, which for me really encouraged exploration as I wouldn’t have to fight endless enemies. 6.5/10
Sound/Music: I enjoyed the soundtrack, and all of the other sounds were just generic RPG noises. 7/10
Graphics- They are stylized to look retro and I believe it works out pretty well for the most part. The overworld and towns always look pretty good, and handcrafted. The dungeons on the other hand look all pretty similar and boring. I’m a sucker for post apocalyptic settings so I did really enjoy most of the scenes. 7/10
Story: It’s set in a post apocalyptic world where the undead rule. It’s a cool setting and there are interesting characters. Jokes are rampant and most of them are pretty funny. This game is pretty short and only took me about two hours to finish. This is by far the best aspect of the game. 7.5/10
Summary: If you like retro RPS’s then this is for you. Well the actually gameplay is very generic the story and characters allows this game to rise above some of its competitors. The soundtrack is pleasant, and jokes are everywhere.
-Length and Replay Value
Final Score: 7/10
Recommended Purchase Price: Full Price