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Vodark - Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale Review

Vodark - "As any self-respecting human being will tell you, Japan has a well-deserved notoriety for being the world’s capital of eccentric. Who then, should be surprised that they made an RPG about the ins and outs of capitalism?

Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale was originally released by EasyGameStation for the PC back in 2007, and, more recently, translated for English-speaking audiences by CarpeFulgur. The general plot and structure of the game is pretty simple. You take the role of Recette, a young girl whose father, in the spirit of good parenting, suddenly disappears one day with no other reason than “wanting to become a hero”. Recette is shortly thereafter accosted by Tear, a loan-sharking fairy who informs her that not only did her father leave her with his home, but also his immense debt as well."

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