PC - Windows
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About this game
Developer: Endlessfluff Games
Content Rating: Rating pending
In Fae Tactics, follow a young magic user named Peony on her journey across a vibrant world full of mystery and danger. Summon allies, cast spells, and befriend a motley crew of characters as you dive into the growing conflicts between man and magical beings known as fae.
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- OS: Windows 7 64 bit and later
- Processor: 64 bit intel compatible dual core
- Memory: 800 MB RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 or equivalent
- DirectX: Version 12
- Storage: 1 GB available space
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Fae Tactics: The Girl Who Destroyed the World is a top-notch tactical RPG and one that any longtime fan of the genre should check out. It’s great for veterans as the bright setting is unlike anything on the market today, while lapsed fans will want to try it to fall back in love with the genre. If you’re a newcomer to tactical RPGs, it does a fantastic job of easing you into the core mechanics of combat and makes it a fun story to see unfold with each battle.
There’s a nostalgia about the quirky creatures and vibrant colors that makes even the weirdest of the creatures appealing. Part of me wants to slide their character portraits into a card binder like I did with my favorite Pokémon when I was little. Except Chico. He’s going in the display case with my holographic Charizard.
It’s easy to compare Fae Tactics to the best parts of Final Fantasy Tactics or Disgaea, but it also doesn’t take long to see just how much of its own unique flavor it brings to the turn-based strategy RPG genre while mostly avoiding the more annoying grind points of these types of games. What this makes for is a compelling and inviting tactical RPG full of experimentation and triumph when your formula for battle works well, and only a few inconvenient hiccups along the way.