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Content Rating: Everyone
Harvey, an outlaw of little importance, gets himself trapped deep in his kingdom's dungeons. While imprisoned he befriends a mysterious woman who claims to be the princess of the lands. Together the two begin an escape that spans far beyond jail bars. As both friends and enemies begin to surface, Harvey realizes that the world of Asdivine is anything but at peace. Between threats of war and angry Deities, Harvey and friends begin a series of quests that will determine the very fate of Asdivine... Fill the Trust Gauge or combine magic and skills to create powerful combos in turn-based battles! Weapon upgrades, a battle arena for the toughest of the tough, plenty of subquests, post-game content, and so on bring everything to the table players have come to expect from the Asdivine series. Now it is time to suit up and set out on an adventure like never before!
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Asdivine Cross may not break any new ground in the RPG genre, but this doesn’t stop the game from being enjoyable. For those looking for an RPG to whet their appetite, this humble RPG has fun battle mechanics, and some post-game content to keep you engaged. It may lack the polish of an AAA RPG title, but for $9.99 on the eShop, there is still fun to be had here.
Asdivine Cross turns out to be a surprisingly pleasant adventure to plod through. It is not too expensive and not too long, either, so it can easily fit in between meatier titles played at home and in shorter sessions on public transport and the like. Its shortcomings in terms of presentation may make it harder to grow fond of, especially early on because it does not do quite enough to make its interesting characters and story stand out.