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Folklore AU Hands-on

An action/adventure game by Kouji Okada (the father of the Shin Megami Tensei series) that takes you through seven mysterious and yet Earth-like worlds. The game features two main characters. Ellen, a shy college student who's studying comparative civilizations, receives a letter from her mom, who died when she was a child. The letter says "I want to meet you," and suggests that Ellen go to the town of Lemrick. There, she meets Keats, a journalist who handles the occult corner of a magazine. He receives a phone call from an unknown girl asking for help. When he gets to Remrick, he finds that the girl has already been killed, and decides to start up an investigation...

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Anything but Cute3438d ago

Gameplay wasn't bad but it didn't give any insight on the story. It's gonna come down to whether story reels me in or not.

monkey6023438d ago

the demo sold me for this game before i played it i had no interest im not really a rpg person. i was worried that the only two worlds would be those in the demo and it would be shallow but 7 sounds good

Bebedora3438d ago

you could have used the '.' punctuation mark too. Just a hint of some kind

timmyp533438d ago

and the artstyle/graphics are beautiful.

monkey6023438d ago

Yeah that was one of the things that got me too I loved the look of everything

Anything but Cute3438d ago

But I don't like Keats. Very boring looking dude.

timmyp533438d ago

he always got his hands in his pants. Keats part of the demo was the most beautiful. I liked the boss with Ellen the strategy was kool.

Bebedora3438d ago

I like what the game brings in feel. It is a compact feel of unrealism and mythos. I like that the most. And the possiblilities with combos to solve your situational problems (monsters). Shin Megami Tensei, I swear I have played some, but not more than 5 hours. I have so much else to play, but the eerily feel that game gave came through here too. In a positive way I might add

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