RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore Image

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  • Summary: RemiLore is a “rogue-lite” anime-style adventure set in a colorful fantasy world. Features single-player story mode, two-player co-op mode, 200+ weapons, upgradable spells, procedurally-generated levels, loads of unlockables and more.
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  1. Apr 7, 2020
    RemiLore is a cute hack-and-slash for kids and adults alike. Its procedurally generated dungeons and enemies serve as a good grind. And with 213 weapons and several costumes to unlock, the game made me embrace my inner collector spirit. While its weak story and overall shallowness cannot be overlooked, those looking to mess around with the gameplay modifiers, couch co-op mode, and vast array of weapons will be satisfied.
  2. May 28, 2019
    With hundreds of weapons to collect and different ways to play, RemiLore’s charm makes it enjoyable in short bursts. That said, it definitely has major flaws and requires a great deal of patience — especially in the early going — to get the most out of the experience.
  3. Feb 26, 2019
    In the end, RemiLore is a collection of nice programming routines – smooth scrolling, nifty animation and neatly moving objects from monsters to projectiles – but they alone don’t make a very good game when everything else is mostly lacking. Manga girls don’t always equal great entertainment. Lesson learned!
  4. 40
    The story is dull, the combat is bland, and it just feels really repetitive. Overall, it’s not a very challenging game and is unlikely to hold your attention for long.
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