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CrossCode mashes up 16-bit RPGs like Phantasy Star, concepts from .hack, and shooter elements to bring role playing gamers over the age of thirteen an interesting and different kind of a role playing game. We play an Evotar trying to regain her memories. In essence she is an artificial intelligence based off a real person who is dead. Something strange about CrossCode is we play a female character whose memories are from a male character. I hope CrossCode does not create gender confusion.

CrossCode is a 1.7 gig download on the Nintendo Switch. CrossCode is also on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital download code for CrossCode. There is a physical copy version of CrossCode available for the millions upon millions of gamers in the physical copy movement. If Family Friendly Gaming is provided a physical copy version we will show it off to all ya’ll on a FFG Haul live stream.

Expect quite a few puzzles in CrossCode. We get into rooms where we must shoot certain objects. We must line up the shots perfectly. Sometimes we have to hit multiple objects with one trick shot to open the way. At first this was really frustrating for me in CrossCode. Eventually I figured out how to solve these puzzles and was able to get past them. There are other rooms where we must fight enemies. We can melee or shoot the enemies.

The controls in CrossCode are a bit on the complex side. If you purchase CrossCode make sure to pay attention to the tutorial. Timing is extremely important especially if you need to dodge shots coming at you. The shield in CrossCode is extremely handy in taking less damage. The issues families will have with CrossCode are violence, bad language, false gods, and more. The music is neat to listen to and the graphics contain nice details.

The fighting system in CrossCode is a bit different from most role playing games I have played. At times I was more interested in the puzzles than fighting. If I got stuck on a puzzle I wanted to see what was next and yearned for the fighting. CrossCode rotates these in a decent fashion for most gamers in my opinion. CrossCode is an interesting idea. I wish this game was more friendly to the super majority of Americans.


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 60%
Replay: 75%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: PC/PS4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: Deck13, ININ Games
Developer: Radical Fish Games
Rating: Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence, Language}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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