Cris Tales for Nintendo Switch

Cris Tales

Jul 20, 2021
243rd of 8549

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Dreams Uncorporated
Content Rating: Everyone10+


Play the debut demo now! Cris Tales is a gorgeous, indie love letter to classic JRPGs with a new perspective. Peer into the past, act in the present, and watch as your choices dynamically change the future -- all on one screen as you play!

Gamer Reviews

798 Reviews
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Jan 26, 2022

The game has great music and art style with a cool way of exploring the different areas. The coolest concept of this game is that it looks like Mario 3D World with changing places and having that adventurous motive. The RPG is okay but a little slow and I skip most of the talking. The enemies aren’t hard to beat but it can be fun when encountering them. It makes you feel content when they are beaten. Overall, the game is colorful and is a nice and relaxing RPG game!

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

22 Reviews
Stacey HenleyJul 27, 2021
When Cris Tales works, it’s a wonderful experience, and there’s a great game in here somewhere, but it sabotages itself at every turn. I’ll be keeping a close eye on Dreams Uncorporated - but Cris Tales is a near miss that looks to the future, while clinging too hard to the past.
Jason WilsonJul 27, 2021
Cris Tales charming RPG, full of color, interesting colors, and life, and I’ve enjoyed my time with it so far. Some of the monster designs are A+ as well, such as the Slimes. They are transparent, with little sea scenes inside them, and they were Donald Duck-like sailor outfits. Their bow ties also look like little mustaches. They’re cute as heck, a great example of the game’s art design.
Kenny McKeeAug 01, 2021
Cris Tales is a lot of fun, and a really solid title overall. It’s great to see that smaller indie studios are able to pick up the slack when it comes to delivering more classically inspired RPGs, and that they even have the creativity to go above and beyond what’s expected of them. While Cris Tales might be lacking a little bit here and there, anything bad is absolutely outshined by all of the good—you’ve got nothing to lose by checking this one out.