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Journey to Kreisia

 

 

SCORE: 70

Journey to Kreisia 

 

I am so pleased that Family Friendly Gaming was provided a reviewable copy of Journey to Kreisia on the Nintendo 3DS. This hand held video game is only provided in the digital download format. My deepest apologies to the millions upon millions of physical copy gamers. I have no control over this. I hope and pray the future finds games like Journey to Kreisia provided in the physical copy format.

The main character in Journey to Kreisia is a freshman in high school. He gets summoned to a different dimension. Some strange, freaky, and odd priestess brings him across. He is supposed to be their savior. Part of this is unclear to me. I wonder if Journey to Kreisia is trying to mirror the real world and how Jesus Christ came to Earth to die for all of our sins. I am not sure one way or the other.

The issues families will want to know about this role playing video game that ported from the mobile phones is enticement to lust, magic, violence, and more. Journey to Kreisia is a bit cheaper on the mobile devices. The main difference is there are no in-app purchases on the Nintendo 3DS format. I have to admit I prefer playing RPG's on the Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, PS4, Xbox One, and PS Vita compared to the mobile phone platforms.

The graphics in Journey to Kreisia are comparable to other Kemco video games on the Nintendo 3DS. There are three races in Journey to Kreisia. The Overlord is the bad guy that needs to be overthrown. Every ten years a savior comes to overthrow the Overlord. Our task in Journey to Kreisia is to quest through the fantasy world of Yusis to defeat him and give the land peace for ten more years.

The music in Journey to Kreisia is soothing to listen to. I like going out on boats and fighting monsters on the sea. Some RPG's just have us travel with no ocean battles. I learned not to grab the tails of the magical beings in Journey to Kreisia. They called me a pervert for doing so. Even though my character was trying to just get up. A pretty typical Japanese scene that can be found in numerous games and anime's.

If you get bored with the fighting system in Journey to Kreisia then auto-battle can be turned on. This has your team members attack only. Your hit points are refreshed with each level up thankfully. Gamers can take back control whenever they feel like it. I enjoyed my hours with Journey to Kreisia. I am pleased to see Kemco listening to Family Friendly Gaming Universe on making their RPG's more family friendly.
- RPG Master

 

Graphics: 60%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: KEMCO (Kotobuki Solution Co., Ltd.)
Developer: Exe Create Inc
Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
{Language, Fantasy Violence}

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