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About this game
Developer: Tokyo RPG Factory
Content Rating: Everyone10+
In the remote town of Elgarthe, a young man named Kanata awakens from a devastating dream to find his village is disappearing. Facing an ominous power that threatens the fabric of reality, Kanata and his friends set out on an adventure to use the power of Memory to save the world from being Lost forever!
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Sometimes, the best way to learn things is by doing. Lost Sphear drives that home with each new aspect to battle that it throws the player’s way. A couple of tutorial screens are shown when a new tactic is unlocked, but it is ultimately up to the player to experiment with and learn the nuances of managing resources, balancing a team, and preparing before battle.
You can buy the upgrades needed to boost your strength far beyond what regular levels will get you. All it takes is enough coin and you can transform your party into a squad of total bruisers. This loving tribute to the games of yesteryear doesn’t always measure up to those titans of old, but Lost Sphear is still a pretty good JRPG in its own right. If you’re looking for something to scratch that itch, this may be just right for you.
Perhaps even worse is that Lost Sphear doesn’t have much to say, other than how remembering our past is just as important as enjoying the present. I love Tokyo RPG Factory’s admiration of the past, but Lost Sphear offers little for both longtime fans of the genre and casual passersby. If a taste of the past is all you need, however, then it will surely be your companion on that trip down memory road. Just don’t be looking for anything more than that here.