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Fairy Elements Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Fairy Elements tells the tale of a knight named Yamato who fights for his kingdom and after claiming victory, he’s teleported 2 centuries into the future. As he ventures forth and makes new friends, he becomes a better-rounded individual and it’s nice to see this amount of character growth in a smaller game. Meanwhile, the story is all about how a demon-like people can absorb Material to become stronger and the human-like people discover that they can utilize it as well albeit to build weapons. You play as a group of these folks with Yamato being the lead while Rick is a mysterious and cute fluffball with surprising strength, Tsubasa is a lively and heartfelt girl who can be a bit clumsy, and Harleck is a gun-wielding researcher who is often brash and contrasts wonderfully with the previous 2 chums. Before discussing the battles and dungeons, I’d like to describe how to make your party stronger since it’s rather simple at its core yet there are some cool mechanics that make combat more rewarding. For starters, I love that equipment is reflected on the character sprites which is a wonderful touch that I always appreciate. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Fairy Elements Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Fairy Elements Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Anyway, you equip a weapon and suit of armour on each party member then choose crystals which dictate a character’s skills as well as offer specific boosts. Swapping these out can change your approach to battle drastically so experimenting with what works best is a big part of the fun. You can also fortify your weapons and armour with found resources and place them in cauldrons for immediate boosts yet there’s substantial cooldown time. It’s a rewarding process for sure.  Fighting enemies in Fairy Elements is fairly straightforward as you mainly attack and use skills which is standard stuff. However, there are a couple of very cool elements that help break things up. First of all, characters can enter a special mode once their gauge is full that essentially makes them more powerful for a period of time so using it in tough boss battles is advised. On the more substantial side, you’ll unlock a Material Gun partway through the campaign that can devastate your enemies after you load it with elemental charges then trigger it. When you factor in skills that can do things such as delay enemies’ actions, you’re looking at a lot of potential strategies that you can incorporate into combat.

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Plus, there are loads of ways to grind when you need to be stronger but I’ll discuss those later. The dungeons in Fairy Elements don’t look particularly exciting with their mostly generic textures and tiled layouts but exploring them is quite a treat. The main reason why is that they’re impressively large with many branching paths but what’s even more notable is that there are no random battles. Instead, enemies have fields of vision and they randomly switch the direction they’re facing so you can try to sneak by if you don’t want to fight or approach from the rear if you’d like to take them on with their backs facing you for a bit of an advantage. Needless to say, exploring for treasures is satisfying stuff and considering you don’t have to be bogged down by constant random encounters, you can feel free to wander around looking for goodies; as long as you’re careful, that is. It took a while, but it feels like the changes in the iOS market over the last few years are finally catching up to Kemco. Releases are more sporadic and increasingly reliant on one obviously overworked developer. Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova Switch NSP

Fairy Elements Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Fairy Elements Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Their games are now released in free and premium versions, both of which are typically packed with extra monetization techniques. If that’s not bad enough, it feels like monetization techniques are almost the only aspects that these games are changing or improving. I wish I could say Fairy Elements (Free) bucks that trend, but that would be fibbing. At its best, this is no better than the average EXE-Create game published by Kemco. At its worst, it feels cheap and hungry. The most notable thing about it is its soundtrack, where Kemco has made the bold move of pulling in someone with some name value. The story is based around a war between the Humelia and Demonius Tribes. Yes, that’s about the level of sophistication you can expect here. Anyway, we join in as the hero of the Humelia Tribe, Yamato, is about to take on the Demonius King in the epic final battle. He is victorious, but nobody knows what happened to him after that fight. Well, since he is our hero, we follow him after that fight. He wakes up 200 years in the future. He meets a strange fuzzball named Rick and a woman named Tsubasa, whose journey for her lost mentor kicks off the main adventure.

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The story isn’t anything to write home about, but the translation is alright and some of the character interactions are amusing enough. Mechanically, there’s not much here you haven’t seen before in one of the other 50 or so Kemco games released on iOS so far. Wander from town to dungeon to town, solving problems by fighting monsters in turn-based battles. Level up, collect gold, buy new gear, and so on. As with most of the recent games from EXE-Create, there’s a somewhat elaborate weapon-augmenting system that you’ll want to take advantage of if you want to beat the game’s final boss. Rather than fusing weapons as in other recent games, in Fairy Elements you’ll collect a variety of dropped items from enemies that are used to upgrade weapons and armor. You can also make use of cauldrons to improve your gear. You’re given one to use for free, with the other unlocking via spending premium points. Why would you want more than one? Well, the cauldrons have cool-down timers, ranging from one hour to several depending on what level of upgrade you select. YOMAWARI: LOST IN THE DARK

Fairy Elements Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Fairy Elements Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Aside from cauldrons, you can spend those premium points on some special cheat items as usual, and to attempt to get some special loot from towers. You can also use your premium currency to revive in battle if your party wipes, which I think is a first for an EXE-Create RPG. You can also watch video ads to fully heal your party. If you don’t want to see that particular offer, you can turn it off in the options, at least. The game isn’t particularly hard to beat without any of these luxuries, mind you. In fact, it can be downright easy if you play it right, particularly if you’re playing on the lower difficulty setting. There’s not much of a post-game to speak of, unfortunately, so the only real challenge comes from the final boss. Another new mechanic is the ability to enter a special battle arena anytime you like. You won’t earn experience points or gold, but you will earn drops and other rewards. If you lose in this area, you’ll simply get booted out back to the map you were on, albeit in critical condition. You’ll keep any drops you earned, though. Rounding out the new elements are special enemies with visible lines of sight. You can avoid battling them if you stay out of their sight.

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It doesn’t make much of a practical difference, mind you. Very few enemies are troublesome enough to fear battling. Use resources to create and fortify weapons and armor that not only are effective, but also change your party aspects in turn-based battles. The game features a special mode where you can battle, anywhere and any time, to obtain resources for fortifying. Many other elements include the cauldron system, which provides an easy way to increase a weapon’s basic attack strength, and not to mention dungeons packed with incredibly strong enemies and more!While the basic engine hasn’t seen much in the way of changes, it does sport some new visuals. Characters have a cleaner look, but are obviously digital paper dolls. Animations look cheap, but it’s clear the new visual style is there to accommodate the variety of costumes each character can get. I’m not sure the trade-off is worth it, but it is what it is. One pleasant surprise comes from the game’s soundtrack, which is composed by Ryuji Sasai. He was one of the main composers on Square’s Super NES RPG Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest, and also worked on the soundtracks of Final Fantasy Legend 3 and Treasure of the Rudra.

He didn’t strike it out of the park in Fairy Elements, and as usual, there aren’t many tracks, but it’s better stuff than we typically get in Kemco’s games. Unfortunately, that’s about the only noteworthy element of Fairy Elements. Otherwise, it’s a smaller and less satisfying slice of the usual fare from EXE-Create, one that has more hooks and requests for extra purchases than we’ve seen before. The game comes in two forms, a free version with ads and a premium version that removes any mandatory ads and gives you a bunch of premium points to start with. If you find yourself in need of an offline single-player JRPG, it’ll carry you through a weekend, if not much more than that. But it’s hard not to notice these games starting to go increasingly off the rails with each new release. Fairy Elements is still worth noticing, but only just. As promised, I’ll talk about all of the extra content in Fairy Elements as there is quite a lot to sink your teeth into. One of the best ways to grind is to enter the battle area where you can challenge successions of monsters in order to claim prizes.

Fairy Elements Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Fairy Elements Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

There’s a special dungeon called the Labyrinth of Time as well that tasks you with seeing how far you can climb complete with a super-tough boss at the top. There are some other aspects as well like a shop with premium currency that you can obtain in-game and side-quests for NPCs.  Even with all of these excellent inclusions, Fairy Elements has its issues. One of the most annoying parts of its campaign is when you reach an incredibly difficult boss that will either force you to grind or temporarily lower the difficulty if you get too frustrated. Next, although I don’t like criticizing artwork, a lot of the character art here seems like they paste the eyes and mouth on a basic outline because some of the expressions look downright goofy. Finally, I sometimes felt like the pace of things could use a boost. From battles that go on for too long to certain mundane dialogue scenes that I wish I could skip, it can become a bit patience-testing at times. I enjoyed my time with Fairy Elements so much that if someone told me that they’re looking for an old-school RPG, it would be an easy recommendation. With tons of content and a challenging strategic battle system, there’s a lot to love. Among US 

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