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Fae Tactics





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Ever since Shining Force I have been a fan of the strategy role playing video game genre. When I noticed Fae Tactics on the Xbox Game Pass I decided to spend some time and check it out. Fae Tactics is a pretty standard SRPG that looks like it belongs back in the Playstation One era. Facing a certain direction after the characters turn is taken can be a bit of a pain in Fae Tactics. I learned to hold the controller just so before pressing the button.

Fae Tactics transports players to a magical world where two worlds were merged. That means fantasy creatures are transported to the real world. There are plenty of battles within Fae Tactics. There is also a branching storyline where the player can take on different missions and different paths. That can add some replayability to Fae Tactics if you want to explore all branches.

Magic is a major part of Fae Tactics on the Xbox One and PC. I was unable to find any information on a physical copy version of Fae Tactics. I am not sure I would want to buy a physical copy of Fae Tactics. Certain spells are learned and can be assigned to specific characters. When a character in Fae Tactics levels up we can upgrade the attack of defense.

Summoning different creatures becomes a major part of Fae Tactics. Finding a good balance between these monster like creatures can be challenging at times. The folk music in Fae Tactics is interesting. There is some bad language in Fae Tactics. The other issues with Fae Tactics are violence and blood. We have to be wary or a witch within Fae Tactics as well.

The storyline in Fae Tactics was a bit dull in my opinion. The characters never interested me or drew me in. The tutorial took quite a bit of time. Fae Tactics keeps adding new things as the player progresses through the game. Fae Tactics never really engaged me in the battles. There was never a good reason to fight in Fae Tactics except to get to the other side. I felt like a chicken crossing the road.
- Paul


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 62%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 75%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: PC/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Humble Games
Developer: Endlessfluff Games
Rating: ‘E10+’ for Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence, Mild Blood, Mild Language}

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