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Finding Hope

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SUMMARY
Dawn, a cute tree whisperer, tries to hire Shin, a grumpy guide, to get her through the Enchanted Forest and talk with the Oracle.
He is stubborn as a donkey and just wants to be left alone. She is more stubborn than a mule and will not give up on hiring him.

The world is about to be turned upside down, and so are their lives.FEATURES
  • A story of love and madness
  • More than 3 types of crazy
  • Great replay value
  • Many twists and turns
  • Characters you will want to hug or... squeeze the neck
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http://store.steampowered.com//app/463880?beta=0
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Falling Star Studio
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Falling Star Studio
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.aldorlea.org/findinghope.php

System requirements for PC

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8/10
  • Processor: 1.6 GHz
  • Memory: 128 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible Sound
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Finding Hope reviews and comments

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"Finding Hope" is an RPG Maker Game. And it has pretty much all the Problems that an RPG Maker Game usually has. Extremely repetitive Battles with the same opponents who attack one every few Steps combined with long running paths. Grinding and cumbersome party management of our four Protagonists. Lout Of Level Design. And yet "Finding Hope" saves an essential Point from Arbitrariness. And this is not even the spontaneous and imaginative Story that is presented to you in really well written Cutscenes. After all, even if well thought, it is too crude and strange for it to captivate endlessly. Outstanding is the Humour and, primarily, the situational one, who comes across mostly dry and flat and is grounded in strong, idiosyncratic, not simple characters that become somehow sympathetic to you. For example, when the always rejected poet Flashes off his attempt to present his Poetry to him, even in the personified Death, the quite apt comedy has. Stupid only that the Gameplay and especially the Struggles, which can only be overcome to a limited extent, become a big Nerve factor, because the turn-based conflicts are then far too little complex for them to entertain for longer. You should also be able to do something with the mystery fantasy setting, even if it is highly ironic. Rating: 6/10 Atmosphere 8/10 Story 6/10 Graphic 6/10 Sound 4/10 Game Mechanics 3/10 Balancing 6/10 Game Pass Conclusion: Good Humor, repetitive Gameplay. 6/10 Overall Rating
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"Finding Hope" is a classic RPG created With the RPG Maker XP GAMEPLAY The Gameplay matches what the RPG Maker XP BRINGS by default. You roam the Area until you meet Enemies, via Randomencounter, who are fought in a simply kept round of combat System. Equipment and Heilitems can be purchased in Localities. Some NPCs in Localities give a Quest That often has to do with finding Things or People. So if you want to do the Quests, there is no Questlog, should pen and Paper be ready. Graphics, Soundtrack The Graphics are largely dedicated to the RTP of the RPG Maker XP. Monster Graphics in the Combat System as well as Bus shots of Characters have a different Style and are probably made by the Developer himself. Personally, I don't particularly like them. The Soundtrack corresponds to that of the RPG Maker XP, which is not undue bad, but those who have already played many maker games will have heard most of them more often. Summary Pro The Game is well suited to push the Average Axival Value Kontra The Characters ' Dialogues are largely not well written (I find) Bulk bad Balancing In the Battles Dungeons and Localities are on Game Time stretching Construed Conclusion: I am a Hobby developer myself, so here a little personal Opinion: The Fights are for the most part quite light, but numerous, which is compounded by the Design of the Dungeons. These are designed for game Time stretching With their nonsensical Long running Paths. That and the largely rather "unfortunate" implemented Dialogues make it hard for a Player who has a little Claim to really enjoy the Game. Those who are not necessarily eager to push their Success Rate on Steam should make a Bow around this Work. No Buy recommendation from me.
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