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  • Summary: The story takes place on a floating continent, an archipelago of both small and large floating islands where two species known as Caninu and Felineko live. Malt, a young Caninu shepherd, lives with his little sister Mei in Petit Mona, a little village located in the Free Lands of Gasco. OverThe story takes place on a floating continent, an archipelago of both small and large floating islands where two species known as Caninu and Felineko live. Malt, a young Caninu shepherd, lives with his little sister Mei in Petit Mona, a little village located in the Free Lands of Gasco. Over the course of a single night, the Berman Empire invades and throws the village into the flames of war.

    Malt and his friends manage to get away thanks to their families who were subsequently captured and taken away.

    Escaping to a mountain cave, Malt and the other children discover a gigantic tank called the Taranis. They jump aboard, heading out on a journey to save their families!
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    I’m torn on Fuga: Melodies of Steel. There is more that I like than dislike; combat is satisfying, the graphical style is appealing, the music ranges from good to phenomenal and the story, as cliché as it may be, is told well enough. And yet I still can’t shake the feeling that Fuga could have been so much more if it cut back on the boring base building and truly committed to a tone that the premise deserves. If a solid linear RPG that can be beaten in under 20 hours is something you’re in the market for or if you’re curious about the successor to Solatorobo then Fuga is at least worth a look. But if your interest was piqued by the trailer or heard the premise of children, war, and permadeath; then you should know there is a lot less here than you may have initially thought.
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  1. Jul 30, 2021
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    DPV07
    Jul 30, 2021
    10 CC2 did it again. All of their Little Tail Bronx series of games had great stories and lovable characters, but this
    DPV07
    Jul 30, 2021
    10
    CC2 did it again. All of their Little Tail Bronx series of games had great stories and lovable characters, but this one finally came with a tight gameplay and nice difficulty to test the player alongside.

    • Beautiful art style.
    • Beautiful and emotional soundtrack.
    • Decent difficulty, it has you thinking of your actions for sure.
    • Lovable characters, just gotta love them and you care for them.

    What else is there to say? I'm not gonna spoil the game for you, buy it and see by yourselves.

    Don't be fooled by the shame that it was the launch day with bugs on online stores and such, it surely was a pity that it didn't launch without issues, but give CC2 a moment so they could fix issues and give the game a try, it's 100% worth it!!
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