4.17 stars 4.17/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 2 releases and 0 DLC
Given the amount of investment JRPGs generally require, and the fact that they can often rely extremely heavily on genre cliches, finding the right one to play can be a bit daunting. True to form, Radiant Historia isn’t going to light the genre afire with innovation, but it’s also executed much better than your average JRPG. If you find yourself in the mood for a great meat and potatoes JRPG, Radiant Historia just might fit the bill.Radiant Historia certainly isn’t immune to genre conventions, a...
On its surface Radiant Historia looks like a typical Japanese RPG: the world is in peril, rival kingdoms battle over remaining territory, and you’re stuck in the middle of the conflict. Looks can be deceiving though, and this (one of the last RPGs made for the Nintendo DS) has a number of pleasant surprises. There are no random monsters, strategy and planning play a major role in battle, and the story is less linear than it initially appears. Most importantly Radiant Historia deals with the effe...
Time travel: headache inducing, full of paradoxes and generally built on a ridiculous foundation of words that were almost certainly made up on the spot. Radiant Historia takes those things and throws them out the window, settling for a quantum line of logic that goes something like this: Why? Because, that's why. Deal with it. And it works.Here is a story focused on two warring countries, set against the backdrop of a world that is slowly dying. Lush forests and grasslands are deteriorating, le...
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