Sage Fusion 2 (RPG VN)
By Kidalang Pte. Ltd.
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* Grand Prize Winner of Tizen App Challenge in Role-Playing and Strategy Games category *
"...provides you with everything a fan of the first stellar outing could have ever hoped for, and then some more." - iFanzine (5.0/5.0)
"Sage Fusion 2 is an interesting game that raises some valid philosophical points and lets you shoot space thugs with dual pistols. Awesome." - Capsule Computers (7.5/10)
"A well crafted RPG novel game, well executed and designed" - Best Tizen Apps (4.5/5.0)
"Kidalang successfully made the perfect composition between exploration and combat so that the game is not boring." - Games In Asia ID
Set in a futuristic universe in which artificial intelligence is considered religious taboo, Sage Fusion 2 tells the adventure of a businessman and his bodyguard who descend to an underground world, trying to get back their reportedly stolen spaceship after it fell and crashed in the middle of the city—an accident behind which lies a conspiracy that involves the galactic government, the military, the church, and centuries-old historical legend.
Sage Fusion 2 is a hybrid between Role-Playing Game (RPG), adventure, and visual novel. This is the sequel of the previously released Sage Fusion game, and is the last chapter which concludes the story. However, the game is designed and written so that new players who haven't played the first game can also play it.
Video trailer: www.kidalang.com/sagefusion2
Sage Fusion 2 builds on the story and gameplay set by the first game, and improves them in almost every aspect:
- longer playtime (Sage Fusion 2 is roughly twice as long as the first game)
- more areas to explore
- more engaging battles and action scenes
- more interesting puzzles
- faster-paced story progression
- Story as the most important aspect of the game
- More than 120 hand-drawn backgrounds and story illustrations
- A lot of character interactions and dialogue
- Story-driven RPG gameplay with science fiction setting
- RPG-style turn-based battle system with no random enemy encounters
- Optimized control for touch screen – no virtual joystick
- Side quests
- No in-app purchase
* Supported devices: iPhone 4 or newer, iPod touch (4th generation) or newer, iPad 2 or newer.
Developed by Kidalang: www.kidalang.com
What's New in Version 1.3
Fixed saved data loss bug.
Minor bug fixes and improvement.
Having finished both games, I feel I can review them now.
First the positives. I really enjoyed the story, and the pacing wasn't bad either. The writing was absolutely great is some parts, and overall I ACTUALLY felt compelled to finish the story.
I only have two gripes with the games. The art direction is sort of strange. There are very expressive sprites, but the rest of areas can be sometimes muted in tone. I just didn't like some art, but most of it was good. Secondly, battles felt like a drag in the late game. At first they were fine, but towards the end the enemies were just damage sponges and the encounters last TOO LONG. If there was a little variety it'd be okay, but every enemy is more or less the same.
Overall the games were worth my time, more so than most games on iOS from indies. Pick these games up if you want an original and engaging story, mixed with point and click adventure and light RPG elements.
Easily worth the cash
This pair of games from start to finish had an amazing story, involving albeit shallow battle system and great graphics and translation, my only qualms were that it was too short a pair of rpgs for me and the lack of a need to debuff enemies or play off of weaknesses, please make more games in this universe!( seriously, gotta be a lotta stories you could do.)
I just finished the game. The story was great. The price is great. It's worth it.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jun 16, 2015
- Version: 1.3
- Size: 182 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Kidalang Pte. Ltd.
- © 2013-2015 Kidalang
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.