Fuga: Melodies of Steel for PC
PC - Windows

Fuga: Melodies of Steel

Jul 29, 2021
8.71
playscore
Good
466th of 38509

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: CyberConnect2
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

The story takes place on a floating continent, an archipelago of both small and large floating islands where two species known as Caninu and Felineko live. Malt, a young Caninu shepherd, lives with his little sister Mei in Petit Mona, a little village located in the Free Lands of Gasco. Over the course of a single night, the Berman Empire invades and throws the village into the flames of war. Malt and his friends manage to get away thanks to their families who were subsequently captured and taken away. Escaping to a mountain cave, Malt and the other children discover a gigantic tank called the Taranis. They jump aboard, heading out on a journey to save their families!

Gamer Reviews

556 Reviews
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Critic Reviews

10 Reviews
8.33
Chris "Atom" DeAngelusAug 24, 2021
Fuga: Melodies of Steel stars anthropomorphic children as they confront the horrors of war in a tank armed with a soul-sucking Super Cannon. It feels like something I never could have anticipated playing, but it works. The characters are likeable, the gameplay is engaging, and I felt genuinely awful when something terrible happened to one of my charges. It's the rare game that comes out of left field and does most things right, and if you're a fan of JRPGs, you'll find a whole lot to enjoy with Fuga.
Jez CordenAug 28, 2021
FUGA: Melodies of Steel is a unfairly overlooked JRPG that really sings on Xbox and PC. A heartfelt story meets Advanced Wars-inspired turn-based combat to create an intensely satisfying whole.
James GalizioJul 28, 2021
For me, Fuga: Melodies of Steel is the most “feel-good” release of the year so far. I always hoped it would be great, and my impressions of the game two years ago at AnimeExpo made me sure that the game was on the right track – but you’ll never truly know how a game will land until you’ve had a chance to sit down and play the whole thing for yourself.

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