Developers: Nicalis, REMIMORY, Pixellore
Remi, an ordinary high school student, has awakened Lore, a talking book who is a self-proclaimed “master” of magic. Together, they are drawn into the magical world of Ragnoah, which has been overtaken by nefarious mecha-monsters. Remi and Lore must venture together and find their way home, but can Remi really trust the mischievous magic book Lore? Who is the mysterious android girl “Choux” and why does she want to capture Lore? Will Remi ever find her way out of the magical world and return home?
Features single-player story mode with full Japanese voice acting, two-player co-op mode (requires at least one controller), upgradable spells and bonus traits, and procedurally-generated levels in four beautifully rendered worlds, each based on one of the four seasons. Defeating mecha-monsters has its rewards, too - players can uncover loads of unlockables, including alternate costumes, 200+ collectible weapons, New Game+ modes, and more!
RemiLore (Switch/PS4/Xbox One) Launch Trailer
Remilore Developer Video 4: Wacky Weapons
RemiLore Developer Video 3: Melee Combat and Spells
RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore had the potential to become one of the best Indie games of the Year, But variety of technical problem makes it Mediocre. Combat is excessively Simple and Without Any kind of challenge and depth at all, Narrative should have been more complex, and Soundtrack are completely forgettable. Most importantly, The combat system becomes super repetitive, Still Characters are fun, and RPG Elements are entertaining. in the end, If you are a fan of Indie games or Hack amd slash games with RPG Elements, Remilore could be a good choice for you, If You bring Lower some of your expectations.
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If unlocking multiple weapons and enhancing every aspect of the game via a constant experience grind sounds like an enjoyable prospect, then I would strongly recommend the title. In terms of how forgiving its experience and currency system is, it is easily one of the more accessible rogue-lites out there. This doesn’t mean, however, that the game isn’t difficult – maybe on its normal difficulty, but its harder settings will put your understanding of the title’s mechanics to the test. If you’re the sort of person who enjoys putting limitations on themselves and seeing where a randomizer can take you, then RemiLore might have the magic that you’re looking for.