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Alphadia Genesis

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Alphadia Genesis chronicles an epic adventure with Fray and his investigative team from the Archleign Kingdom as they set out to solve a mysterious murder case in a nearby city. After some initial investigations, Fray and his companions are joined by delegates from the Ghalzabine Kingdom.

This causes tensions to run high, as the Archleign and Ghalzabine Kingdoms have shared an uneasy relationship since the clone-centric ‘Energi War’ 15 years prior to the joint investigation.

Twists and turns lie await as Fray and his fellow investigators soon discover that there may be more than meets the eye with this particular case...

Built for Steam!
Expect exclusive trading cards, badges, backgrounds as well as fully redesigned controls for PC gamers... this really is the best way to play Alphadia Genesis.

Characters you care for!
Each character has their own distinct personality, and this helps to create a strong bond between the player and the heroes of Lagoon. In addition to this, many of the game’s characters are voiced by leading Japanese voice actors - giving them even more depth and making the world of Lagoon even more immerse.

The Best of Both Dimensions!
While Fray and co. are exploring Lagoon, Alphadia Genesis has a wonderful 16-bit style reminiscent of classic JRPGs of old... on the battlefield however it’s a whole different story. With fully animated 3D battles, the turn-based action really comes to life.

More than Meets the Eye!
The plot of Alphadia Genesis is packed with twists and turns - you’ll need to stay on your toes to keep up.

Not a-Fray-ed to laugh!
While the plot is serious - there are plenty of funny moments too... watch out for the lickers!
Release date
KEMCO, Natsume
Age rating
Not rated

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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows Vista
  • Processor: 2.13GHz Intel Core2 Duo or equivalent
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 11 compatible graphics card with 64Mb RAM and support for v3 shaders
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: N/A
  • Additional Notes: N/A
  • OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 8.1
  • Processor: 3GHz Intel i3 or equivalent
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 11 compatible graphics card with 128Mb RAM and support for v3 shaders
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: N/A
  • Additional Notes: N/A

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Alphadia Genesis reviews and comments

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Alphadia Genesis is a classic JRPG in the Manner of a Dungeon Crawler gameplay The Frame Gameplay is quite unspectacular but solid. You wander through Dungeons, where you meet enemy Groups via Random counters, which are then fought in the Combat System. Here, the Edge of the Screen lights up First yellow and then Red when you're about to get into a Fight. This is not particularly useful, because you can't really do anything to avoid the Fights like to stop in a short way. The Gold captured in the Fights can be exchanged in Localities for Equipment and the Likes. Experience that is also gained as a result allows Characters to rise in the Level, making them stronger, gaining new Skills, and completely healing them. The Wheel is not reinvented here, but inactive Characters level with. In addition to Gold Experience, you can gain another Resource with which the different Characters can increase their Elementleve l, giving them new Spells. Here, each Character has one of the three Elements in the Game: Fire, Water and Light. Each Character can also increase one element in addition to its assigned Element by creating special Rings. However, if you Put the Ring down again, you can no longer use element-specific Abilities. So If a Character with a Torattribute wears a Water ring, he is Able to learn And apply water magic, but only as long as he wears the Ring. When Dropping, however, the Item level is maintained and you can use the skills again when you put it back on. This Way you can adjust the Characters slightly. Depending on which Characters are inactive, the active Group can also receive Bonuses such as higher Damage or Experience bonuses after the Fight. Graphics, Soundtrack The Graphic Implementation here has been abundantly modest. The Environments seem empty, the Character Sprites have no different Poses (NPCs have only 2 Animation phases per viewing direction), not once Doors have been animated. When these are "opened," they just migrate out of the Angels and disappear. The Bustshots of the Characters, on the other hand, have succeeded well, even if the Facial Expressions often do not fit the said. In addition, the Combat System is in 3D while the Rest of the Game is held in 2D. The Soundtrack is quite all right Summary Pro good Combat balancing two different Difficulty levels (Light, Normal) Characters conditionally modifiable Contra Battles and Dungeons largely unspectacular Anime coldoes and Kalauer in some Dialogues Graphic Design Rather mau Conclusion Alphadia Genesis is not a really bad Game, however you can find better Games on Steam For the Price and the Offer is great. I can recommend the Game with Reservation. If you like classic JRPGs without much drumrum, which are not all too demanding and who doesn't mind the Graphics, you can strike in the Sale or in general if the Game is rabbled. Those who have greater Demands on Games are better looking further. Personally, I did not find it nauseous and, subject to Reservation, make a Recommendation.
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