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PostSubject: Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom   Wed Apr 19, 2017 5:56 pm

It's a French JRPG that came out yesterday and after a few hours my first impressions are very positive:

The game has some English voice-over but also an option to use the made up language from this world which is as exotic as the setting itself (I'm playing in French with the made up voices and they do a lot for the atmosphere of the game).

It is a very colourful game with a strong anime/manga vibe and a gameplay that matches its setting. It plays a bit like a platformer and like a brawler. The environments are lush and vibrant which is definitely a welcome change after playing so many dull and drab looking games.

I'm no JRPG fan but so far I like it. It doesn't look like there is too much grind (definitely a good thing as far as I'm concerned) and the variety offered with different sets of powers and characters make the experience rather enjoyable.

There are some puzzles but so far they've been really good (in the sense that they made use of the abilities that the characters possess and weren't farfetched which is often a valid concern).

You can browse parts of the manga made for the game here:

All in all it is a nice surprise and I hope the rest of the game won't disappoint.

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