Classic JRPG games are becoming increasingly rare. With genre posterboys like Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest moving in different directions, many gamers are finding it hard to scratch that old-school, stat-grinding, JRPG itch. Luckily, Japanese developer Tokyo RPG Factory aims to bring the JRPG back to its former glory.
Players take control of Kaneda, a young hero who returns home to find his village of El Garth completely wiped from existence. In a mechanic reminiscent of Warren Spector’s Epic Mickey, objects in the game world are defined by memories – and once those memories cease to exist, they are erased from existence.
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