Die Hard Game Fan Review: Lost Dimension

Die Hard Game Fan: Well, here we are, nearly a month removed from our initial coverage of Lost Dimension in a 10 Thoughts piece, and some fifty hours of gameplay later, ready to review the overall experience. It’s been an interesting one, to say the least, though that’s hardly surprising; developer FuRyu, while mostly unknown in the US, has at least one translated title to their name in Unchained Blades, and anyone who’s played that game knows that FuRyu has an unconventional side to their work. Lost Dimension is no different, as it’s essentially a turn-based gridless RPG that features elements of the party game Mafia (or Werewolf if you’d rather) attached to a sci-fi storyline with relationship-building elements thrown in. In short, it feels like Valkyria Chronicles and DanganRonpa had a kid. Once you get into the game, however, you find that it’s a whole lot more than the sum of its parts, and it’s actually a fairly robust experience across the board. Whether or not that robust ex...

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