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Lost Sphear

The next evolution in this new golden age of JRPG’s arrives with LOST SPHEAR, bringing a fresh take on classic RPG gameplay! A young man, who suffered a phenomenon that he had never seen, faces an ominous power that threatens the fabric of reality. Awaken the power of Memory to restore what was lost! Muster different Memory and craft the world around you in a journey to save the world. The adventure of LOST SPHEAR begins in a remote town of Elgarthe where a young boy, Kanata, awakens from a devastating dream to find his hometown disappearing. KEY FEATURES: Unique and powerfully unforgettable storyline with seamless gameplay Enhanced Battle System with new ATB 2.0 offering more freedom in combat Vulcosuits Armour - equip your characters to gain enhanced abilities in battle or on the field Moonlight Battleground mode – Exciting colosseum to fight previously fought and new bosses
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

This game is meh overall.
Let me start by saying that I bought the game on sale, primarily due to seeing a couple reviews.
Now I'll start my review based on the price.
It is entirely too long for the content it has packed. I played through I Am Setsuna and was content with the pace and length of the game given the content it had. This game just drags on and on unfortunately and the story doesn't build up to make it exciting. There are a few memorable moments, but elsewhere it was lackluster.
I did enjoy some of the music on the game. The music is good for the game that it is, and there are a few scores that I really liked and will likely listen to as background music in the future.
The battle system is ok for what it is. The battle system was very frustrating with the way boss battles played out. It made me so mad sometimes. Some bosses literally attack 3 times before I even had a moment to react. Nothing like the frustration of having a cheap Game Over. I did not really enjoy the mech system much. For most of the game, I avoided even using it unless I needed a turn of events in battle.
The story is very bland. There are moments that seem like they should have had an emotional impact, but it failed miserably. I literally fell asleep in my chair a number of times reading the boring dialog so that kind of adds to my game time...
I enjoyed playing some parts of the game, and it was agonizing to get through some other parts. I would recommend the game for someone looking to just playing an old school jrpg. But I would tell them to not set their standards high. Just enjoy it for what it is and dont expect much too exciting.
I can at least say that playing it on PC, I did not have any problems with glitches or controls. Everything works perfectly throughout my entire gameplay.
I'm going to recommend the game on the sole basis that it is an actual complete game that doesn't require any DLC content to complete it, no bugs or glitches, and it is at least playable to completion without too much difficulty.