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Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time

Uncover the mysteries at Luna Nova Academy and experience the magical world of Studio Trigger style Japanese animation. Join Akko and her friends to work as a team – exploring dungeons, casting magical spells and using witchcraft to ultimately discover the seven wonders and solve the mysterious shift in time. Believe in the magic and utilize power and friendship in this side-scrolling action RPG beat ‘em up. • Studio Trigger Style Animation – Get a glimpse into the world of Little Witch Academia from the world renown Studio Trigger, with Exclusive cutscenes made directly be the Anime Studio! • Simple and Fun Gameplay – RPG elements and side-scrolling action allows fans to level-up their characters and find drops that enhance builds while exploring. • Live the Anime – Follow the familiar storyline, a Heart-warming, funny and cute story for the entire family.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Akko

Review from Steam

i wish girls were real

Review from Steam

literally only got it cause I am starved of Little Witch Academia content

Review from Steam

it has Constanze which automatically makes it 11/10

Review from Steam

Pro:
100% voiced and very high quality (heartful) voice work from seemingly the original crew of the Anime. (Note: I played the Japanese version here, so i am not sure if the English version is done right or not.)
Stories are told with real animated anime cutscenes made by the same guy who did the anime series.
Great Story, especially for LWA fans who wanted more after finished watching the TV Anime series.
Con:
The game have problem recognizing our system resolution ending up with weird resolution setting limits.
Can't 100% remap control keys, making some of the control awkward to use.
Tiresome quest design that require a lot of patience finding the correct "time pattern" and trigger to get the quest done.
Pretty boring type of battle for the dungeon run, far less than amateur level in quality.
Although the 2D anime cutscenes are very very good, the 3D part of the game feels very under polished, it even makes those RPG Maker hobbyist games looks professional with this bad quality they have here.
One of the quest is bugged and will end up in a blackscreen (can still save if you can find the save point ball "blindly" and still able to call the menu for exit, and seems like it's a known problem for a long time and they never really try to fix it, very "Bandai" style i guess...)
To summarized things up:
You are REQUIRED to watch the TV Anime series to know what's going on the conversation in this game. The game expects you to be a hardcore fan and at least have knowledge of the anime up to episode 7, as this game's story happened sometime after episode 7 and before episode 8. There are a lot of reference from the anime in the game without much explaining, even anime related items from after Ep7 can be collected as a collection or appearing in quest line. So, in the end, it's best to watch the full TV+movie series to be able to fully enjoy this game and know what those weird items are for/from. Some of the sub-quest lines even directly linked to the TV Anime story later, so it felt like a prequel if you have watched the anime and understand where/when the quests have a link to the anime.
You really need to be a fan of the anime to be able to tolerate the bad parts of this game to be able get to the ending. Lots of patience too...
The Anime and story telling part of the game is really nicely done, good enough to keep the fans going through all those boring and tiresome grind to see to the end of it. But its magic doesn't really kicks in right away, you won't even know its story is told using Anime unless you play for over an hour and reached that certain point where the anime kicks in. After that, only a true fan will know its value.
Is the game worth buying?
1st off, Bandai's game is never worth the full price imo, so my suggestion is wait for discount before you buy this game.
2nd, If you played a lot of Bandai's game, you'll probably know they are 100% commercial type, they took what's working in the current market and replicate the whole thing and wrap it up with an Anime theme that's currently hot in topic. So nothing is original most of the time and they rely on the anime popularity for sale, but they often does a good job as good as commercial games go. Yet this game is somewhat off that pattern, the design is kinda awkward and very amateur, unlike the professional work we've seen in other Bandai's games.
3rd, this game is only worth the discounted price IF you are a fan of Little Witch Academia's TV series (yes, the TV series, not the 1st or the movie sequel)
So, it's a yes and no answer. Yes for hardcore fan who want that extra bit of story, no to those who never watched the series before. And no to those who don't have enough patience to get to the 1st part of the anime in the game, you might drop the game before you reach the gold.
I am giving this a thumbs up for the great story and in-game anime + tiny lore and surprise for the fan. But will only recommend this to a hardcore fan of the anime series.

Review from Steam

A believing heart is your magic

Review from Steam

I like it! I really do! One thing though... Map! The freaking map! It would be nice to know EXACTLY where I am and not just "you are in this corridor"... No freaking frick...