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AereA

Rating Summary

Based on 21 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

52

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Jun 30, 2017
Xbox OneJun 30, 2017
PCJun 2, 2017

Developer: Triangle Studios

Publisher: SOEDESCO Publishing

Genres: Action, RPG

AereA is a music themed Action RPG in which you play as one of Great Maestro Guido’s disciples and explore Aezir; a floating island that was broken into pieces. Your mission is to find and return the nine primordial instruments to restore balance and peace to the world. You have to find your way through all parts of the scattered islands; complete quests, solve puzzles, defeat bosses and discover the truth behind the islands. Will you be able to return the nine primordial instruments?

Where to Buy

Amazon

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Areajugones

5 / 10.0
Víctor Rodríguez

AereA is artistically great, but has some issues with its gameplay. Poor design choices and some bugs are the flaws of a game that is uplifted only by its wonderful soundtrack.

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IGN Spain

6 / 10
IGN Spain

AereA is not the best option if we are looking for a strong RPG experience. It is instead a boring experience that saddly shows great intentions but fails offering an extremely repetitive mechanics.

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ZTGD

5 / 10.0
ZTGD

Although having a few highlights in both the art design and soundtrack, AereA falls down in almost all other areas – a dungeon crawler that offers nothing new, other than a cool concept, and fails in the things that are essential to an action game, such as combat and quest design. It may offer local 4-player co-op, but even playing with friends won't bring this game to life.

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TrueAchievements

Kelly Packard

It's an action RPG with no action, and it's just not fun.

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