Cris Tales Tours The World of Crystallis

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Cris Tales, the time-bending title from Modus Games, just revealed more information about the world of Crystallis before this RPG lands in 2020, or did it already happen?

Coming to Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC this enthralling tale of three times takes place across a land known as Crystallis and today’s news allows players to explore the coastal town of Saint Clarity. The scenic surroundings of this sleepy location aren’t all sandy beaches and ice creams on the promenade, at least not for everyone. As the game expands into this gorgeous town they will find a class divide that only allows the privileged to visit the grandiose downtown areas of this town. Clearly inspired by coastal regions of Columbia, the whitewashed walls and bright colors are in stark contrast to the slums of the lower classes.

Supporting Information

Helping the game’s central protagonist Crisbell, are a range of characters and one of these also gets a closer look in the latest developer update. Wilhelm, a young mage with a host of supporting abilities is featured and developers Dreams Uncorporated and SYCK take readers through some changes. Wilhem’s new Yukadragoras will inflict status effects, like debuff or stat boosts.

If you didn’t get the chance to try out Cris Tales when the demo went up on Steam then it isn’t too late. This time-traveling take takes players on a journey where the central character can exist in one of three times. Skipping across the past present and future, Crisbell must solve puzzles, fix problems, and swing a mighty sword to stop a mysterious Empress’ and her casual appetite for destruction. This gorgeous ode to the classic JRPG brings stunning graphics and a turn-based combat system that even plays to this timely mechanic.

If you haven’t tried out Cris tales then you have already gone over to the official Cris Tales website for information, you are trying out the demo on Steam right now, or you will read this new post to find out more. Time is confusing, right?


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