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Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen - Review @ Sirus Gaming

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    [​IMG]Sirus Gaming reviewed the Visual Novel Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen:


    Utawarerumono Prelude to the Fallen - Review

    Combining the narrative prowess of visual novels with tactical RPG gives you this beautiful video game: Utawarerumono - Prelude to the Fallen. This game is filled with so many tales of its characters, kingdoms, villages, and more and pairs it with revolution, rebellion, and wars. Now that it has come to the PlayStation 4, the game has improved in so many ways compared to its original version and port.

    Utawarerumono - Prelude to the Fallen has a deep lore that you would get lost in it if you do not pay attention to its explanations scattered in different dialogues across the whole story. These critical details range from the gods who created their world to the sacred beings that reside in deep forests and the villages who worship them. If you are a person who would have a hard time remembering a lot of information, then you should stay away from this, or else you would be surprised with the turn of events in certain chapters.


    Utawarerumono - Prelude to the Fallen is just like any visual novel that I would recommend. It might have a slow start, but it picks up the pace once you pass a certain point. The strategy RPG part is interesting as well. If you like visual novels, you can keep a copy, but for just the experience just borrow a copy and be done with it. It is enjoyable as a one-time play only.

    Score: 6/10
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