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Justice Chronicles




Justice Chronicles 


Kemco and Hit-Point are making a very good team for the retro styled role playing video games. Justice Chronicles is a recent port over to the Nintendo 3DS. This downloadable only hand held video game can also be found in the app format on other formats like iOS and Android. I really wish Kemco was releasing physical copies of these games. Old school worldly role playing gamers will get into Justice Chronicles.

A novice high beast knight named Kline is sent from the above ground to spy on the people in the Earth-Depths. He saves Alia, but must make a deal with a demon to make it happen. The demon he makes a deal with calls himself the god of death. There are a variety of odd religious beliefs in Justice Chronicles. I am surprised this 3DS game was not regionalized/localized for the super majority of Americans that self identify as Christian. I know plenty of believers who would not buy Justice Chronicles because of the religious content.

The song intro in Justice Chronicles is fantastic. The turn based battles remind me of Dragon Quest games from say the 16-bit era. The graphics in Justice Chronicles also fit that era. The characters are drawn nicely when big versions of them come up during conversations. Expect to read a lot of text in Justice Chronicles. The storyline is pretty standard for Japanese role playing games. I was surprised by very little in Justice Chronicles.

Families will want to know about a few things in Justice Chronicles. There is enticement to lust, violence, bad language, demon worship, false gods, witches, and more in Justice Chronicles. Players can pick up items and use them to improve their weapons. This was a pretty frustrating process for me. Mainly because items I needed were hard to find. Justice Chronicles taught me to avoid ever making a deal with a demon/devil.

When we talk about modern day role playing games, Tales and Final Fantasy come up. Some people talk about the bizarre Atlus USA games. Others bring up some of the things XSeed Games are doing. To me Kemco needs to be a part of the role playing video game discussion. They are churning out solid titles. I wish they would ease back on the religious content that many Americans will be offended by. The stories Kemco published are interesting and captivating.
- RPG Master


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 75%
Replay/Extras: 65%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: KEMCO (Kotobuki Solution Co., Ltd.)
Developer: Hit-Point Co.,Ltd.
{Suggestive Themes, Language, Fantasy Violence}
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