Freesia is a fairy, and her job is protecting Lita Forest. How does she do so, you ask? Why, by beating the everlasting crap out of everything that threatens it, of course!
It's an arena beat-em-up, basically. Between levels you get to the store and purchase skills, level them up, customize your skill set, and more. The end result being that you can have Freesia beat the everlasting crap out of everything that threatens Lita Forest exactly how you want her to.
The game's graphics are simple, colorful, and effective. The music compliments the game well. The controls (at least, the gamepad controls) are fully customizable. There's also humor to be had, both in the game and its achievement list.
Story Mode itself is fairly short, but you unlock Guardian Mode after beating it the first time, which plays similarly to the Survival Mode present in many fighting games.
The only glaring issue is the difficulty spike better known as the third boss, Shynie. This is generally when you discover how abusable the invulnerability frames on the backdash are. You'll eventually get into the rhythm of backdashing through her attacks, getting off a short combo, closing the distance, and repeating the process.
Overall, it's a fun way to spend some time, and definitely worth picking up. If in doubt, well, there's a demo you can try. It gives you the first five "days", which encompasses the tutorial and the first boss. It doesn't sound like much, but it's enough to know whether or not you'll like it.
Publicado: 29 de Septiembre