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Cris Tales - Review @ Gameskinny

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, Aug 3, 2021.

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    [​IMG]Gameskinny has reviewed the time-travel RPG Cris Tales:


    Cris Tales Review - Time For A New Adventure

    The incredible world-building found in Cris Tales is often overshadowed by lackluster combat, regardless of the unique time travel mechanics.

    Calling itself an "indie love letter to classic JRPGs," Cris Tales comes onto the market during a time of modern innovation within the genre. But instead of embracing the modernity that some titles have, it instead returns to the ideologies of turn-based JRPG combat, slower-paced grinds, and heartfelt stories.


    Cris Tales has a top-notch art style and an eclectic cast of characters that all players will come to love. Pairing that with time manipulation mechanics and a beloved genre, Cris Tales could have been one of the better games to come out of 2021.

    Unfortunately, a lack of diverse enemy types, standard combat, and some questionable difficulty progression outweigh the highest highs, making Cris Tales feel too out of place alongside its cohorts.

    Score: 7/10
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