Utawarerumono: Futari no Hakuoro

Utawarerumono: Futari no Hakuoro


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features

  • Return to the World of Utawarerumono - Begins where Itsuwari no Kamen left off, and will immediately thrust players back into Haku’s journey with its immersive visual novel story telling
  • A Grand Tale Ends - The 70+ hours adventure contains more lore/history/locale to discover, secrets to be revealed, relationships to build with old and new characters, the climactic finale to the series, and more
  • Fight for the Rightful Heir of the Yamato Throne - Players will need to lead the team of rugged warriors into combat and utilize the updated Battle System to achieve victory. The addition of Co-op attacks and strikes add another strategic layer to the exciting SRPG battles

description

The epic story of Utawarerumono comes to an end in Futari no Hakuoro , as the fate of the world will be determined by warring nations. The game features exciting SRPG battles, a colorful cast of new/familiar faces that will determine the fate of their world, a rousing original soundtrack, and the dramatic conclusion to the journey of Haku.

After the events of Itsuwari no Kamen , Haku is destined to rally the nation of Ennakamuy to fight against the evil forces that now control the Yamato throne. With everything on the line, Haku and his friends must do everything in their power to ensure that the future of Yamato triumphs over the true evil that lurks in the depth of the darkness.

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further info

Original Name  うたわれるもの 二人の白皇
Official Release Date  Sep 21, 2016
Genre  Tactical RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO C (15+)
PAX-Code PAX0007542016
Catalog No.  PLJM-80142
Item Code  4996802160997

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Chiquihuite (13) on 30, May. 2017 06:14 (HKT)
Made a fan out of me
I'd never touched the series before buying this game. A friend recommended I at least watch the Itsuwari No Kamen anime first (the prior entry in the series) and I'm both glad I did, but also regret doing so.

I'm glad I did because the story doesn't make sense without knowledge of the previous entry. You need both Itsuwari No Kamen and Futari No Hakuoro for the experience to work.

I regret it because I enjoyed the story so much, I wish I'd actually played Itsuwari No Kamen in game form instead of rushing it via the anime.

Futari No Hakuoro is an incredible piece of storytelling that had me laughing, crying, and really just having more fun than I've had with a fantasy story in a very long time.

While the game is made up of roughly 80% lines of text and still images (almost 100% of which is excellently voice-acted), the ~20% you spend in combat is a blast as well. I *love* their turn-based combat system and I'm completely spoiled by the rewind feature. I played on Hard and, thanks to deep and rewarding combat mechanics as well as being able to rewind, battles felt epic and satisfying rather than frustrating.

I can't stress enough how much this series is just a grand tale from beginning to end. It's extremely touching, full of political intrigue and compelling character growth, along with shockingly heavy moments of tragedy and a portrayal of the horrors of war that holds nothing back. Yet at the same time it offers plenty of lighthearted and fun moments, and I want to give it bonus props for having equal-opportunity fan service (just as many scenes in the guys' bath as in the girls' bath :P)

You're going to cry tears of laughter as well as tears of sadness. Bring lots of tissue.
If you can find the time, try to play both games in order. If you can't, at least watch the anime version of Itsuwari No Kamen so you know what's going on.

Man am I sad this series is over just as soon as I found it... but I'm still glad I did!
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trunions (151) on 25, Sep. 2016 21:48 (HKT)
A great Sequel.
As a fan of the second Utawarerumono game. The False Mask. This game is a great sequel. So if you are a fan of the False Mask game, and or are just a fan of the Utawarerumono anime then this game is a must buy.
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