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Solid Energi!


Review: Alphadia (3DS eShop) 299110

Developed by ExeCreates and published by Kemco, Alphadia is the first title in the fairly popular Alphadia series which up until now has mostly been released on mobile devices with the exception of Alphadia Genesis which released on the Wii U eShop a couple of years ago! We gave Alphadia Genesis for the Wii U an excellent score in our review of the game which can be viewed by clicking on this link, but does Alphadia live up to the fairly high bar that Alphadia Genesis set? We don't feel it does, but it's still a solid game in our opinion and here's why:

In-terms of the story, everything's fairly simplistic in a retro-RPG sort of way and for the most part nothing will really surprise you as the plot-twists are relatively weak in this game, but that being said there's still alot of substance to the plot so it isn't all bad. Perhaps the fact that we played Alphadia Genesis first might have made us aware of plot-twists beforehand so it may not be the game's fault.

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The gameplay is fairly solid and feels like a classic SNES RPG such as Final Fantasy IV, V, or VI with excellent turn-based battles, a fairly large world map, and some devilishly lengthy and challenging dungeons. The battles start off way too easy for the first 10-15 hours of the game, but once you gain access to the ship things become incredibly difficult.

The game is also fairly lengthy and will likely provide newcomers with 30-40 hours of gameplay and can take upwards of 50 hours if you're a completionist!

Visually the game looks nice! The 16-bit graphics in battles, towns, dungeons, and the world map are excellent, while the hand-drawn anime-style cutscenes look superb. The special effects can look good at times, while at others they look fairly cheap. The sound effects in the game are decidedly retro and fit the game well while the soundtrack is fantastic and will really immerse you into the game!

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With a good story that's fairly predictable if you've already played Alphadia Genesis for the Wii U, excellent gameplay with an unbalanced difficulty level, and a mostly superb audio-visual presentation, Alphadia is far from perfect, but is still a very solid title if you're a fan of JRPG's. And as such we give the game a solid level of recommendation!

Price: £8.99/€9.99/$9.99


Score: ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 7.5/10



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on February 28th 2016, 6:10 pmMechaFreiza
Booyaa! Awesome review dude! Super Saiyen
on February 28th 2016, 6:31 pmShanaNoShakugan
I have game so much fun. Smile
Such nice review! Wink
on February 28th 2016, 11:35 pmStaroceancrazy
I enjoyed Alphadia Exclamation
Awesome review @Ichigofan! Very Happy
on February 29th 2016, 4:14 pmGrumblevolcano
Great review!
on February 29th 2016, 6:00 pmTikiFireEmblem
What a fabulous review!
on February 29th 2016, 7:51 pmToughGamer
Good review.
on March 3rd 2016, 12:11 amStaroceancrazy
Awesome review Exclamation
on March 3rd 2016, 1:31 amRomance_Lover
This review is amazing @Ichigofan! Smile
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