Ys: Memories of Celceta
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Developer: Nihon Falcom Corporation
Content Rating: Teen
World-famous red-haired adventurer Adol Christin awakens in the unfamiliar land of Celceta, remembering nothing more than his name. Join Adol and his new friends as he embarks on an adventure to map the wilderness and reclaim his memories in this beloved action RPG from Nihon Falcom.
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I’m really glad Nihon Falcom and XSEED have finally released Memories of Celceta for the PS4. This might be a less complex game with a somewhat uninteresting plot at times, but its fantastic combat mechanics more than make up for those issues. Whether you’re an Ys fan eagerly waiting for the series’ ninth mainline game, or just a JRPG fan in general, there’s a lot to love in Memories of Celceta.
If you’re looking for a fun, challenging, and strategic action JRPG, Ys: Memories of Celceta is a great title to pick up. Though its graphics leave much to be desired, both the battle system and exploration are by far the biggest draws of the game and will easily pull you in for the entire 25-hour runtime. While the plot is a bit on the light and inconsequential side, it’s nothing particularly bad and the characters themselves are entertaining enough to keep your interest for the long haul.
Ys: Memories of Celceta is a good game. This PS4 port just doesn’t do enough to make it stand out in the current market, however. If you’re new to the Ys series, you’re better off with Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana, which simply looks and plays better yet isn’t a great deal more expensive. Only ardent fans are likely to go wild about this basic port; at least until it goes on sale, anyway.