PC - Windows
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About this game
Developer: Tokyo RPG Factory
Content Rating: Everyone10+
The adventure of LOST SPHEAR begins in a remote town of Elgarthe where a young boy, Kanata, awakens from a devastating dream to find his hometown disappearing. Facing an ominous power that threatens the fabric of reality he must awaken the power of Memory to restore the ‘LOST’. To stop the world from disappearing forever, Kanata and his comrades set out to rebuild the world mustering different Memory and crafting the world around them.
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- OS: Windows 7 64bit
- Processor: INTEL Core i3 2.4GHz
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: GeForce GTX460 / Radeon HD5750
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 8 GB available space
- Sound Card: DirectSound® Compatible sound card
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For a game that seems intent on checking all the boxes of classic JRPGs, it probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that mech suits make an appearance as well. Unfortunately, they’re barely more effective in combat than normal attacks save combos between the other mechs, and they’re limited by a charge gauge that rapidly depletes.
If you had asked me just two weeks ago to name the biggest storytelling sin a game could commit, I would have told you it was making players ask questions without giving them a reason to care about the answers. Ask me today and I’ll tell you something different. Lost Sphear buried me under convoluted logic and explanations, lore and jargon, only to cast it aside with a shrug whenever the details were inconvenient to the action. It answered my questions, but in ways so fundamentally disconnected and absurd that I regretted even caring in the first place.
Lost Sphear is a mixed bag that will appeal to some RPG fans more than others. Combat is challenging and fun, but the story feels lacking and derivative for much of the game.