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  • Summary: In a world scared by wars and conflicts, where power is the ultimate solution for lords and kings, the people have always been left behind, their interest and beliefs is of no significance in times of war. There is one organization, called The Brotherhood, which was built by wise individuals with the purpose of the aiding the people, to satisfy it's needs. After many years of struggling, the people of Azulel can finally see a tiny light at the end of the tunnel...

    The sisters Scarllet and Beatrice have lived their entire life in their hometown Ganto. After their mother passed away due to a fatal illness, they both became even closer to each other. As the years went by Beatrice started to discover her "gift", the ability to heal anyone from anything with a simple touch, she became the village's healer and such ability eventually caught the interest of the Brotherhood.
    A guardian from the organization was sent to Ganto Village, where Scarllet and Beatrice are waiting to start a journey that will change their lives forever...
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  1. May 16, 2011
    80
    Vagrant Hearts is like the average person's first home. It's a fixer-upper with a bunch of imperfections, but it still manages to work its magic on you.
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  1. Dec 31, 2012
    6
    If you have a few hours to spare then this would be a pleasant enough way to spend them. If you want something a bit more enthralling than that, this game will struggle to qualify. You play a lot of the game as 2 split parties, which is something I normally enjoy, but the transitions from one to another were clumsy in places, which detracted. Mapping wasn't very exciting and lots of passability issues. It was quite tricky in places moving around when the tiles were set to the wrong passable/impassable setting. Expand