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- 40+ Hours of Action RPG Gameplay! - Quest through Tokyo and battle hordes of mind bending monsters! Upgrade your equipment, play mini games and train in dungeons!
- Navigate the Alternate Dimension of Eclipse - Each character possesses unique weapons and skills to battle the monstrosities within this strange realm. Unravel the secrets of Eclipse and vanquish evil from Tokyo!
- Explore Your World - Navigate the expansive cityscape of Morimiya! Talk to characters, build relationships and forge alliances!
Aksys Games and Falcom are proud to present Tokyo Xanadu; a massive action RPG! 10 years ago, a colossal earthquake devastated Tokyo and changed the lives of its inhabitants forever. The city has since been rebuilt and life has slowly returned to a semblance of normalcy. However, behind the veil of this newly rebuilt metropolis lies another world, one with a sinister secret. The earthquake that originally destroyed Tokyo was actually caused by the emergence of a mysterious and lethal shadow world known as Eclipse. Now, action must be taken to thwart the legions of Eclipse and ensure the protection of peace!
|Official Release Date||Jul 04, 2017|
|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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Tokyo Xanadu is Falcom's effort to recycle much of the work done for Trails of Cold Steel (Sen No Kiseki) into a very different setting, and to be honest they execute on that pretty well.
-Beautiful art and music, as always
-Loveable cast of characters. Even the protagonist has a strong personality, which is something I've come to expect and appreciate from Falcom games.
-Action combat is well-executed and fun. The use of elemental and combat type affinities as an "incentive" to switch up your character use is really good design.
-Cleverly written scenarios and creative side-quests
-Story pacing feels a bit on the slow side, even by Falcom standards.
-Platforming elements in dungeons start gentle and then ramp up in difficulty in a way that's surprising and often inconsistent.
-"Upgrade" items used to unlock and empower your grid and skills are excessively numerous and confusing. Compared to the cleanliness and simplicity of Sepith, this upgrade system felt like a major step back.
If you don't mind a slower-moving story from your action RPGs, you'll probably like this one a lot.
It feels like Persona but it's more of Nihon Falcom-style gaming. If you're familiar with their games (Trails series and their character interaction), you'll like this game. But for this version, deep kanji and Japanese language understanding is recommended.
It very slightly reminded me of the persona series. Some 6 hours into it I haven't had any trouble to make my way through the game, although if I knew Japanese I'm sure I'd be enjoying it a lot more.
Um Belo game feito pela FALCOM, parabéns, uma empresa pequena e muito competente criando 3 das melhores franquias que joguei(Legend of heroes, Tokyo xanadu e YS series)
I always love The Legend of Heroes Series.. Trails in the Sky FC & SC are my favorite turn-based RPG.
This game the gameplay is new & very smooth & fun to play, I'm waiting for either Chinese or English version but definitely like it with Japanese Audio..
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