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Arcadia Fallen Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET If you engage with the genre of fantasy in gaming frequently, the constant battle between magic folk and humans won’t be unheard of. Although it’s unclear where this skepticism originated, undeniably it has stuck with us. Arcadia Fallen encourages this. You take on the role of an alchemist shop assistant. You have few tasks to complete and they usually involve brewing some sort of remedy for whatever poor soul wanders into the shop. Although you specifically don’t hold any magical power, it definitely becomes a massive part of your life as you progress through the story. Before you know it, you become unwillingly bound to an extremely apologetic spirit. Mime is undeniably one of my favourite characters within this game. I can’t tell if it’s because of relatable general clumsiness or their people pleasing attitude, but I instantly listed them as my favourite. Upon returning to your home, you quickly realise that something dark has possessed the town you inhabit and they are out to destroy you. Your main aim is to contain the evil spirits responsible for all this destruction and in doing so you come into contact with a number of interesting individuals. Obviously Arcadia Fallen is player dependent for the progression of the story.TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Arcadia Fallen Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Arcadia Fallen Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

It depends on how you want to play it, hence why there are so many prompts and outcomes during interactions. As a whole, it’s definitely something special. Despite this title being cliche regarding the storyline, it certainly stands as unique. There is something compelling about this game that kept me wanting to discover more. Each character has a significant reason to be where they are. Whilst some just stumbled into situations, others execute their reasoning with violence and you’re responsible for finding out why. With games like this, I usually go in with little to no expectations. With not much to do but sit back, read and click, I was fully prepared to spend my time feeling rather bored. But Arcadia Fallen was fully equipped and prepared to prove me wrong. I was captivated within the first hour. Ready to devote my time in finding out who everyone I saw is and uncover their backstory. The gameplay is undeniably engaging and will have you trapped in it’s own little fantasy land before you know it. Between the main storyline, and each character’s terrific backstory, there is more than enough content to keep you occupied for hours. Due to the nature of this title, as you can imagine controls are very basic. As I mentioned already, it’s essentially just read and click when necessary.

A Story With No Right Or Wrong Choices.

So anyone can pick it up. But each conversation has several outcomes which are down to the player. You decide on the approach you want to take towards the game. Be it angry, inquisitive or genuinely kind, the power is in your hands. Every single dialogue option you are presented with comes with a tiny subheading explaining what personality trait it has so you don’t have to worry about accidentally saying something really angrily when you meant it to be a joke. I found this really helpful as it slows down your thoughts so you can process what you’re about to say before you say it. Occasionally the game will sound when a big decision needs to be made and you’ll be presented with two options. This will massively impact your gameplay so CHOOSE WISELY. When your adventure begins, you are tasked with sealing demons away using alchemy. This comes in the form of a slide puzzle. You have to match the colours to the opposing alchemy locket. It’s not that difficult, and there’s no time pressure, but it definitely feels like it. In certain scenarios I felt like my palms began to sweat as I frantically solved these puzzles. They’re essentially moving venn diagrams, so they are very easy to navigate. These alchemy skills are also used to brew certain potions which aid combat routines.Casual Challenge Players’ Club Switch NSP

Arcadia Fallen Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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Despite working with minimal ingredients to begin with, matching certain symbols open up an entire world of wonder. From sleeping potions to headache remedy, alchemy with Elizabeth really covers it all. You are the shop assistant. It would be rude not to utilise these skills in your quests. Plus, your mentor seems impressed with you being able to harness these skills. And will constantly encourage you to discover more. Needless to say, Arcadia Fallen has more than just dialogue to click through. I didn’t find myself getting bored. Even after losing track of time and realising I’d been sat in front of it for hours. A hero’s story takes surprising twists and turns. Will the hero be vengeful or forgiving? Will the hero push toward change or prefer to maintain the status quo? Will the hero find friendship during their journey, or even potential romance? In fantasy visual novel Arcadia Fallen, you decide how your hero’s story ultimately plays out. The game touts no right or wrong answers to the many decision points throughout it. There’s no fear of receiving a bad ending either, only different ways to reach an outcome depending on how you approach and respond to various scenarios. The end result is an enjoyable and rather touching, albeit sometimes flawed, experience. Arcadia Fallen has you stepping into the role of Morgan, though you can change their name if you so choose.

Character Customization & Growth.

Morgan is the apprentice to a skilled alchemist in the relatively sleepy mining town of Anemone Valley, located within the Empire, where magic and spirits exist but are often treated with fear and suspicion. As the story begins, Morgan inadvertently becomes bound to a cheerful spirit named Mime after a disturbing series of events reveals the beginning of a demon infestation in town: two wind up possessing the only means to seal the malevolent spirits away. Together with a small group of misfits from all walks of life within the Empire and beyond, Morgan and Mime must figure out the reason behind the demons’ sudden appearance and hopefully save Anemone Valley and the larger world in the process. As if to emphasize the strong degree of choice you have, Arcadia Fallen begins with a simple yet surprisingly detailed character creation process. You can change Morgan’s name, pick between three body types (feminine, androgynous, and masculine), change their hair and clothing colors, select pronouns for Morgan, and choose between two very distinct-sounding voices. I was impressed by the choices presented for the character creation, especially the pronouns!PICROSS S8 Switch NSP

Arcadia Fallen Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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Once you finish the process of tailoring Morgan to your preferences, the story begins in earnest. Arcadia Fallen is very much a traditional visual novel at its core. You travel to different areas in and around Anemone Valley via map. More often than not, story scenes play out with still character art against colorful backdrops. On occasion, you decide how Morgan should react to something or how to advance the plot. I was honestly quite impressed with the sheer volume of choice given to the player throughout the game. It is a relatively short interim between decision points instead of wading through loads and loads of text before reaching them. Decisions are set up with a personality system in mind too. For instance, Morgan can react to a certain event shyly, with determination, by joking, or with annoyance. You’re never pigeon-holed into one specific reaction type in a situation, as I often found myself flitting between shy, kind, or determined reactions with the occasional joking or diplomatic comment thrown in for good measure. Considering how multi-faceted people actually are, I felt this helped shape Morgan into a much more believable character. I also greatly appreciate that there are no penalties for decision choices in terms of plot advancement. Even the potential romances play out similarly.

4 Romanceable Characters.

Morgan can choose a “romance” flagged response for four of their friends, opening new dialogue choices with dialogue options fitting the different personality types presented in the game. Again, there is no “wrong” way to approach a romance, just different ways to develop it. Because my Morgan was on the shyer side, I often went with more bashful or timid responses for their romance with Kaidan alongside more encouraging ones given his plot. I found the end result to be quite sweet once things progressed more! Overall, I thought the level of detail and intricacy in dialogue decisions was nicely done and well-implemented. Still, while Arcadia Fallen does try to present a grander scale for its story, I found this presentation was slightly lacking. The narrative beats are all there, among impressive world-building notes thrown into story exposition quite often to help set the stage. However, because the game takes place solely in Anemone Valley, there is a bit of a disconnect from the larger picture as a whole. You become more invested in the stories of the town and the characters within than the machinations of an Empire that seems far removed from immediate events.

It isn’t a bad approach to the story, as it made the plot feel more personable, but I’d often miss the complete scale of the fantasy setting Arcadia Fallen takes place in. A few years ago, I picked up a fantasy literature bundle that had Sarah Maas’ Throne of Glass in it. I didn’t know anything about this series, but it had an intriguing premise (a female assassin forced into death games? Sweet!), and the cover was good. Imagine my distress to discover that I was reading a YA novel, but nonetheless I read it through. I can’t remember much about this book, a few years after having read it now, but I do recall one particular scene where the protagonist gets absolutely indignant that she’s denied access to a prince’s private library. I can’t remember the exact quote, but to paraphrase it was to the effect of “what’s the point of a library if you can’t borrow books!” Imagine if Tolkien wrote a paragraph about how Gandalf had to swipe his library card to find out about Sauron’s One Ring. That scene of Maas’ really struck a nerve with me, and has come to epitomise my view of YA fiction. These authors are clumsy writers, focused on writing down to people that, they must assume, are genuinely unintelligent.

Arcadia Fallen Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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Incapable of even a rudimentary level of imagination, and unable to understand basic themes, symbolism, or even language without having it spelled out for them like they are infants.  Throne of Glass is, in theory, fantasy, but the girl, despite having a “fantasy” name, thinks, talks, and behaves like a modern teenage American, and I don’t think that’s by accident. These authors have so little respect for their audience that they don’t believe in characterisation, setting, or even providing a decent story. All they care about is writing something that is relatable. Because in 2022, relatable is content that sells. That’s a long introduction to Arcadia Fallen, but the big problem with Arcadia Fallen is that, even if you play with the voices off, you’re going to “hear” the entire game in an American accent. It is textbook American YA content, and though there’s a lot to like about what the developers have done with the visual novel format structurally, the vapid shallowness about it all, as well as its utter inability to craft interesting characters or a setting worth a damn, really let it down.CRISIS CORE FINAL FANTASY VII REUNION Switch XCI

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