I love traditional JRPGs. Having grown up with the genre on the NES, SNES, Game Boy, and whatever else I could get my hands on, more than any other genre the JRPG has been a mainstay for me through my life.
So naturally when there is a game that promises to tap into that nostalgia I jump at the chance to play it. Alphadia Genesis, a Kemco port from an iPhone and Android game, is the latest attempt from the Japanese developer/ publisher to tap into that specific aesthetic and play style. It's not a game that didn't play JRPGs in their youth, but sadly, it's also not up to the standards of the games it emulates and therefore won't necessarily appeal to its target audience either.
Paul writes: "There are much better JRPGs available, and even better KEMCO JRPGs out there to play, and I’d recommend you check those out over Alphadia Genesis."
"Alphadia Genesis is an old-school story-driven RPG through and through so if that's your cup of tea then you'll thoroughly enjoy what it has to offer. Plus, its charming cast of characters are sure to delight from start to finish." - A.J. Maciejewski from Video Chums
Neil writes: "Whilst 2019 was certainly a good year for KEMCO, as they pushed out multiple games to console and PC on a near weekly basis, for various reasons 2020 has been a bit slower. But that doesn't mean KEMCO are done with providing gamers the chance to embark on beautiful RPG's and following on from the launch of Miden Tower, we now find a whole new adventure to enjoy - that of Alphadia Genesis."