The Alliance Alive
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The Alliance Alive

Compatible with Nintendo 3DS™ (3DS)

For JPN/Asian systems only.
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Original Name  アライアンス・アライブ
Official Release Date  Jun 22, 2017
Genre  RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO A (Free)
PAX-Code PAX0008427002
Catalog No.  CTR-P-AL4J
Item Code  4562240236473
Players  1

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Total votes: 2

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sadvorkin (1) on 10, Jan. 2018 21:28 (HKT)
At first the similarities to Legend of Legacy had me worried, but as previous reviewer said, they've fixed a lot of the annoying things in this game. The pace and game play are better regulated. Option to restart battle or start from quick save makes it easier to recover from a randomly strong monster. Mechanics are much like LoL, but addition of talent feature makes it more interesting. Good characters and plot, although my Japanese isn't 100% had to look up a few Kanji here and there ;)
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masterdon2002 (1) on 27, Jun. 2017 14:04 (HKT)
Great game - forget about legend of legacy
Legend of legacy has let you down; lack of story, alots of grinding, little to no character interaction and development. This is all gone in Alliance Alive.

Although the story isn't really a unique one, it is still adequate. A world split into parts with human race subjugated by the demon race. Written by Suikoden 2 director, you can find yourself in some form of world building; recruiting individuals for guilds (not as party member but part of a resistance group).

The character development and interactions are entertaining and each character has their own personality. Battle system was inherited from Legacy but improved.

Warning: japanese language mastery is required. No furigana and voice acting.
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