Alvastia Chronicles

Exe Create Inc., KEMCO

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Available on:PlayStation 4Feb 12, 2019
Xbox OneJan 18, 2019
PCJan 17, 2019
PlayStation VitaFeb 12, 2019
Nintendo SwitchFeb 14, 2019
Xbox Series X/SNov 10, 2020
PlayStation 5Nov 12, 2020

Developer: Exe Create Inc.

Publisher: KEMCO

RPG WITH OVER 100 COMPANIONS?! SET OUT ON AN ADVENTURE IN A RETRO-STYLED WORLD! After encountering the man who killed their parents ten years prior, Elmia and her brother Alan set out to avenge their deaths as they fight to stem the tide of monsters flooding into the upper world, and restore peace to Alvastia. However, in their quest to amass an army of diverse companions with the same goal, will they really be able to gain the strength necessary to bring their parents' killer to justice, and save the world...? Encounter more than 100 companions as Alan and Elmia travel the world. Do you have what it takes to recruit them all? Engage in heated turn-based battles with up to 13 party members. Unlock bonds connected to companions and utilize various effects! Weapon upgrades, a battle arena, and quests are only the beginning of what is in store!

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Sadly, Alvastia Chronicles is yet another conceptual failure and broken mess of a game.

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Games, like Alvastia Chronicles, are the reason why I continue to get excited about the next RPG release from EXE Create and KEMCO. When the team gets it right, it is hard to find a better experience within the budget tier of the traditional JRPG market.

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Unfortunately, that aspect combined with a very slow paced game just leaves this as an RPG you’re better off skipping in favor of higher quality RPGs on the same store.

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Alvastia Chronicles offers a story with ups and downs, unexpected twists and turns and surprise. You wouldn't expect this title to show that, but I was well entertained throughout. I especially liked the wealth of characters that can be recruited. At every corner of the world, you can find more friends. This feature indirectly forces you to deal with the world. It should be noted that there is no synchronization of the characters, so everything has to be read. Here you have to unpack your English knowledge, because there is no German translation. I also enjoyed the variety of the different characters. If you want to make friends with barrels or trees, this is no problem in Alvastia Chronicles. The fights are well designed throughout, but the random fights are just annoying from a certain point on. It feels like there are just too many in too short a time. A nice side note is that towards the end of the game, you're pretty overleveled, so the end boss shouldn't be a problem. If you're looking for a solid JRPG with collection factor, you'll have a lot of fun with Alvastia Chronicles!

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