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A modern turn-based JRPG inspired by the classics.
release date: 13 May, 2019
About This Game
Light Fairytale is a turn-based Japanese-style RPG in full 3D, set in a dying underground world ruled by a fierce and powerful empire.
The goal of this project is to bring back the immersion and emotion of 90's era JRPGs on current hardware, with the expected evolution in both design and technique.
A long time ago, the world was prosperous. Technology and sciences were quite advanced, and people lived in great pleasure and casual excess. However, this proved their undoing when the world as they knew it, seemingly in an instant, was destroyed forever.
Desperate and forlorn, the survivors of civilization resorted to fleeing to the only place on the planet where it was still possible to live - deeply underground. And so there they stayed, and survived.
Thousands of years later, the history of the surface has been forgotten, left to dust, and the wealth of the past lost to time. Even the very word "sky" has lost all meaning...
And then, a young boy named Haru wakes one day, fleeting dreams of vast green plains and a clear blue void locked in his memory; deep rooted, unshakeable... and driving him to know just what he saw.
Now, he must embark on a great adventure in order to discover the mysteries of the lost world, confronting the rulers of this dystopian society and beyond with the aid of a mysterious, silver haired girl...
Light Fairytale will span over multiple episodes. A long journey awaits!
A bit lazy and a lot naive, Haru nonetheless is a kind soul and knows how to handle himself if push comes to shove. His noble heart can move people to do things they'd never dreamed themselves capable.
She might be short and cute (sometimes), but don't let that fool you: Kuroko is exceedingly capable in battle and always willing to step up. She's also fond of technology - maaaybe a bit too much so.
neko.works is a one person indie game studio from France making modern renditions of classic concepts.
Previously released by the studio was the arcade racing game Super Night Riders, now available on Steam.
min system requirement: Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: NVidia GeForce GTS 450
Storage: 1 GB available space
recommanded system requirement: Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
Light Fairytale Episode 1 free download
Light Fairytale Episode 1 user review
The problem with review a episodic game like this is that i'ts possible the next episodes get better,but EP.1 as It stands now is a huge disappointment.
I was admittedly disappointed with Light Fairytale Ep. 1. I liked its looks and adorable style, but the core of the gameplay and story fell short.
I'm giving this a positive, but only just.
The positive/negative system on Steam doesn't allow for a lot of nuance but I will try my best regardless. There is a lot to like here (sort of) in that the visuals and controls look and feel great for the most part. Perhaps I should say, look and feel acceptable. However, the attractive visuals make the flaws of the game all the more apparent. The tone incredibly juvenile, akin to a terrible anime translated by a team with no regard for subtlety; the pacing is all over the place moving far too quickly through character dialogue and far too slowly through area exploration. Worst of all, however, is the level design. I think the creators have spent too long playing RPG maker games and not long enough playing great games or reading game design books. The levels are not laid out in a logical manner that teaches you the game mechanics through exposure. There's just this massive shadow looming over the whole thing like 'you've played other JRPG's and seen an anime once? Yeah, well, that.' The script is really the main offender here, reducing potential interesting characters with gorgeous models and obvious but satisfying stories into almost sickeningly broad archetypes. A bit more care and this really could have been something special.
As it is 'Episode 1' it is kinda short-ish, streched with a lot backtracking and there's a minigame you can't skip so you have to do it every time you need to cross that area...
This is a funny and shiny JRPG-like adventure, I say JRPG-like because JRPGs are suppose to be longer.
One of my favorite genres growing up was the RPG, specifically the
OK, this was short but just about perfect in every other regard. It's basically Final Fantasy 7 (a story of rebellion in a dystopian world), modernized in a way that stays true to both the spirit and the form of the original, with enough of its own charm to be a whole new experience. Turn based battles, focus on the mood rather than the flashiness, with a very distinct and absolutely gorgeous art style. It's a game I'd have made for myself if I were a game developer.
Okay, I've followed this game's development for like 3 years. The graphics looked cute, the story showed promise (even if it was a bit generic), and to top it all, it was all made by a one person studio. Couldn't get more indie than that.
Debating how much to play before the full release so I will just give my impression so far.
The nostalgia runs high - everything from UI to camera work to music!
Great little game, can't wait for episode 2.
Fun game with cute chibi character models
Love this game. Cute characters. Easy to play and collect achievements if you've got nothing else to do in your downtime.
One of the best games i've played in a while, bit wonky, but overall still good