Another Indie announced that the Semisoft developed PlayStation-era inspired RPG Legrand Legacy: Tale of the Fatebounds will launch digitally on the Nintendo eShop on January 24, with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One release date left out.
Legrand Legacy: Tale of the Fatebounds features a prerendered hand-drawn world, similar to what fans who have played titles like Legend of Dragoon would easily remember. Players will need to embark on a quest as a newly freed slave named Finn who carries a secret with him that even he doesn’t truly understand due to his memory loss.
Gameplay features exploring towns and dungeons as the party grows and completing numerous quests in order to progress the narrative and see Finn’s story to the end. The battle system features turn-based combat where players can add extra power to their attacks by pressing a button at the correct time. Furthermore, there’s also a tactics-like combat system featured in the game where players can control an entire military force in order to put a stop to approaching enemies.
Legrand Legacy: Tale of the Fatebounds is available now on PC-via Steam.
You can check out the original launch trailer below:
Author’s take: Although there are so things that could be improved on, if you’re looking for an RPG that I would have loved on the PlayStation then you can’t go wrong checking out this title.
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