loopah's Fragile: Sayonara Tsuki no Haikyo (Wii) review

Serious story that brings perspective

Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon

Wii Action RPG - ~16 hours to complete

Story Summary:

Life on earth has all but ceased to exist. A disease has spread through the world leaving only patches of humankind left here and there. A boy, who's got nothing left, but his flashlight and his human spirit takes off on an adventure to see what else is out there in the world. He meets a few other people along the way and learns tough lessons about humankind, death, and companionship.


  • Seriousness of the story
  • Unique gameplay
  • Great soundtrack


  • Often feels like I spend most of my time managing items
  • The length of the game is plenty for the content, but it still was shorter than I expected

Other reviews for Fragile: Sayonara Tsuki no Haikyo (Wii)

    An ephemeral, ethereal JRPG full of slow-pacing and melancholia. 0

    Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon, beyond having an unwieldy name, is something of a dark horse among tri-Crescendo's library of more straightforward RPGs, like Eternal Sonata or Baten Kaitos. At times it has the slow cadence of survival horror: The foreboding darkness of a post-apocalyptic Tokyo is an eerie environment to stage a game, with protagonist Seto constantly requiring the use of a flashlight and his wits to fend off the many restless spirits that now occupy the various dilapi...

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