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  • Summary: After waking in unfamiliar woods, Alex, a regular high schooler living an ordinary life, learns he has somehow ended up in Fernland, a world dominated by conflict and destruction, he will have to travel to the other side of the world and beyond to find his way back home in this fantasy RPGAfter waking in unfamiliar woods, Alex, a regular high schooler living an ordinary life, learns he has somehow ended up in Fernland, a world dominated by conflict and destruction, he will have to travel to the other side of the world and beyond to find his way back home in this fantasy RPG full of monsters and colorful characters.
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  1. Sep 4, 2018
    90
    In conclusion and if you like a JRPG you really must play Fernz Gate. The story is amazing, with a real twist that will keep you guessing all the way through, and as a retro exercise it’s almost perfect. What else can I say but play it.
  2. Sep 4, 2018
    75
    Overall, I have to say that for $14.99, Fernz Gate delivers a quality retro RPG experience that shouldn't be missed by fans of the genre. While it may seem a bit shallow at first, Fernz Gate offers a wealth of bounty should you have the time to investigate its depths and acquire it. While you're doing that however, get ready for an fairly amazing experience that will take you straight back into the glory days of quality RPG gaming.
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  1. Aug 19, 2018
    7
    Getting the camera where you wanted it to be was a right nuisance at times.
    If you don’t like game’s that feature a lot of backtracking then
    Getting the camera where you wanted it to be was a right nuisance at times.
    If you don’t like game’s that feature a lot of backtracking then you will find this game to be very annoying because you’re required to backtrack a lot.
    The game can be a little too difficult at times so expect to fail every now and then. Does Hero Defense do enough to get a recommendation from me? All in all game’s that feature different mechanics or genre’s at the same time often fail because they just give themselves too much to do. That being said when a game gets the different mechanics spot on then you have a very enjoyable time and it often makes that said game stand out quite considerably. Hero Defense thankfully is a game that does get the different mechanics they’ve implemented spot on and if it didn’t suffer with the shortcomings it has you’d be talking about a game that’s up there with the very best in terms of strategy and RPG. Thankfully though despite its little imperfections it still gets more right than it gets wrong and in the end I was able to look past its shortcomings thanks to its fun and addictive gameplay. In the end then this fun and addictive gameplay makes recommending the game to you a no-brainer and if you’re a fan of RPG and strategy elements you can do far worse than Hero Defense.
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