A whimsical Action-RPG brought to you from the creators of the renowned Recettear ~ An Item Shop's Tale. Purchase before August 5th and save!
Análises de usuários: Praticamente positivas (205 análises)
Data de lançamento: 29/jul/2011

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Inclui 3 itens: Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale, Chantelise - A Tale of Two Sisters, Fortune Summoners

 

Sobre este jogo

Five years ago, a witch's curse beneath the red moon turned Chante into a fairy. Now she and her sister Elise search for a way to transform her back into a human, and in their travels they come across a particular town, which is home to a number of nearby ruins, as well as a peculiar shopkeeper named Aira, and a strange, mercurial fortune-teller who calls herself Elma. Could this place hold the key to returning Chante to normal? Or will it lead to more answers than our two sisters ever wanted to know?...

Key Features

  • A classically-styled action-RPG title for the PC!
  • A treasure to find in every single area!
  • Inventive boss fights to challenge the player!
  • Full controller support, including full Xinput trigger and right-stick camera control support!
  • Five core dungeons, plus two bonus dungeons! Hours and hours of gameplay!
  • Fishing! With collectible fish!

Requisitos de sistema

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: Pentium 4 1.7ghz or Athlon XP 1700+ (or equivalent processor)
    • Memory: 256MB of system RAM (512 recommended for Windows Vista and 7)
    • Graphics: DirectX 8.1-compatible video card of any type with at least 64 megabytes of video RAM; Nvidia and ATI tested (Intel Integrated Graphics below IntelHD series not recommended)
    • DirectX®: 8.1 or higher
    • Hard Drive: 450MB
    • Sound: DirectX 8.1-compatible sound
Análises úteis de usuários
2 de 2 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
9.0 hrs registradas
Awesome game! I can play it for hours. It can get rather difficult and I haven't beaten the 2nd boss yet but It's worth playing! Simple rpg, cute characters and awesome gameplay!
Publicada: 10 de setembro
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
7.5 hrs registradas
I really, really like this game. Wouldn’t consider myself an anime nut or anything but the mix of 2D/3D in this game is enduring. Solid, simple game play provided you have a controller. The game is short but that’s ok, it doesn’t drag on more than it should and gives you just the right amount of obtuse story. Only thing to watch out for is the difficulty ramps up big time near the end. Go fishing and catch a sperm.....whale!
Publicada: 18 de agosto
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2 de 3 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
0.7 hrs registradas
awesome adventure game ^_^
Publicada: 10 de julho
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2 de 3 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
11.8 hrs registradas
Definitely a sideways-thumb review. Can't give it a full endorsement since it's rather poor in spots, but at the same time I liked it enough to finish and do some extra stuff in it. Honestly, most of your enjoyment in this game will come down to how you like Carpe Fulgar's adaptation. If you liked how Recettear and Fortune Summoners read, you're in for more of the same and will have more fun with Chantelise.

The gameplay on the other hand is not so hot. Chantelise is a 3D dungeon-diving game with bland graphics, repetitive enemies, and some truly annoying audio (ugh, that low health indicator). As the game progresses, you can mix and match pick-ups for more diverse spells, but they're just kind of blah on the whole, both idea-wise and visually. Melee is also just kind of there and is incredibly simplistic.

One cool feature about the set-up of the game (go to dungeon, run through some floors and then fight boss) is that each floor has a hidden item that you can grab by completing some type of unique goal. I'd suggest just looking up the in-game hint in a guide and then figuring it out yourself rather than deal with how the game gives out clues, as you lose some of your max hp to acquire them. Some of the stuff you have to do to get the hidden treasure is pretty cool and shows a development team that cared about trying to make their game fun but just weren't up to snuff to do so.

The dungeons themselves aren't anything special, either design or art-wise. You do have to run a dungeon all the way from floor 1 to the boss floor to beat it, though after reaching a floor, you can choose to practice on it from the map, which is useful for getting ready for boss fights.

Technically, far from a great game, or even a a particularly good one for that matter, but the adaptation and looking for some of the hidden treasures did enough for me to enjoy my time with this game. I'd only fully recommend it to people that enjoyed the other adaptations Carpe Fulgur did or big-time fans of dungeon-running games.
Publicada: 28 de junho
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2 de 3 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
14.8 hrs registradas
Chantelise succeeds in telling a story in a way that you always want to see what happens next. So you end up playing "just one more" level. And to me, that is a sign of a good game. The story is catchy - and setting and characters aren't bad either. Art style is pretty. The music fits the game nicely, though otherwise the sounds are not that spectacular.

In my opinion, the difficulty level was ok. It starts rather easy and keeps getting harder as you progress. As you advance further in the story you must adapt to different situations. Another thing I liked about this game is that there are different ways to "build" your character, using different equipment and skills in different levels.

Only thing that really bugged me was the camera. Maybe I just didn't know how to control it properly, but the camera controls were awkward at times.

The translation from Japanese to English seems pretty good. At least I didn't spot any situations where dialogues would have been weird or illogical. Although there is very little voice acting, those have been kept in Japanese, which is a good thing in my opinion.

All in all, "Chantelise - A Tale of Two Sisters" is a fun game. Even after you finish the game there is still stuff to do! Also, if you have played "Recettear - An Item Shop's Tale", there is a lot familiar stuff for you to encounter, although the game itself is quite different.
Publicada: 5 de julho
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2 de 3 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
0.3 hrs registradas
jogo muito bom e divertido

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Publicada: 17 de janeiro
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