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Alphadia Genesis chronicles an epic adventure with Fray and his investigative team from the Archleign Kingdom as they set out to solve a mysterious murder case in a nearby city. After some initial investigations, Fray and his companions are joined by delegates from the Ghalzabine Kingdom. This causes tensions to run high, as the Archleign and Ghalzabine Kingdoms have shared an uneasy relationship since the clone-centric ‘Energi War' 15 years prior to the joint investigation. Twists and turns lie await as Fray and his fellow investigators soon discover that there may be more than meets the eye with this particular case...
Well, actually, I wanted to wait until I got through the game to write a review. But I'm itching my fingers right now. Before I started the game, I didn't ask about it anymore, just installed and started. And so far, I'm enjoying every...
second of this game.
Since almost everyone thinks they can make a good and qualitative RPG maker game and sell it here, you really find a lot of junk. But here we have a title that gave me hope for a positive RPG maker future again. Well, before I keep talking about the hot stuff here or keep swarming up the game, I'll just hand in pros and cons.
- 3D fights in an RPG maker game
- Lovingly designed and elaborated characters
- Very nice and pleasant OST
- Synchronized dialogs
- Known Japanese dubbing actors
- Nice secret passage system (Sure, secret passages in RPG maker games are absolutely no novelty, but here was really thought about improving this! )
- Most suitable price
- NO Indie-RPG-Maker-Game!
- It is completely playable with the mouse
- It embodies the spirit of 90s-JRPG.
- A very nice and clear storyConclusion:
Best (J)RPG maker game I have ever played. Alphadia Genesis does almost everything right and clearly shows the difference between Indie-RPG-Maker-Games and Non-Indie-RPG-Maker-Games. Both for fans of RPG-Maker and fans of JRPG an absolute must. 4. 5/5 points for it.
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