|Threads Of Fate- Apr. 11.
Posted by Mappy at 6:50 P.M.
DewPrism in Japan, Threads Of Fate is a nice twist for squaresoft.
The game is simular to Brave Fencer Musashinden in the aspect that
you go from the main town to several surrounding areas performing
little missions and tasks to save the world from a darker evil.
is very cute! You can choose to play as one of two characters. Mint,
a fiesty little girl who wants to take revenge on her sister and
well... Take Over The World! Then theres Rue, a shape-shifting doll
who wants to find a way to bring back his beloved Claire. In the
game the two characters paths cross at certain times so its interesting
if you play both paths. In my personal opinion, I enjoyed Mints
path Much more than Rue's as it has a comedic tone to it and theres
more interaction, wheres Rue's is more standard storyline with a
few plot twists.
definately has replay value. Play the game once, then play through
it again in another character's path! Once you beat both paths the
game allows you to play through again, this time with your fully
powered & armoured character. And it allows you to play both paths
on one single saved game! Very cool!
Eh well the game has No cinemas, its all straight graphics just
like Musashinden. The characters are adorably cute but that might
be bad for some people. There aren't enough mini-games in here either.
I suppose there will be a sequel judged on the "extra" ending you
get after you beat both paths, so I hope they add more to the game.
The game, even though has a nice addition of playing through the
game with multiple paths, was still short. I beat it in a weekend
so the big replay value would be to play through the game with the
powered up characters and try to get through it in a record time.
the game was a fun trip. Short trip, but fun nonetheless. Mints
path reminded me of Lina Inverse of Slayers because her humor style
and desire to Conquer The World is hillarious. She also has a funny
fear of...Pumpkins! Rue's path was direct and although you get the
ability to shapeshift into multiple enemies, it left out a lot of
the extra bonuses that you could do in Mints path. The game is definately
aimed at a younger audience, but fun enough that anyone could play
it. A blast to play through the first time!