• Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising review - Eiyuden? Not bad, how are you?

    9 days ago - By Pocket Tactics

    Eiyuden Chronicles: Rising is something of an oddity. It's a prequel to Eiyuden Chronicles: Hundred Heroes, a game due out next year, which is the spiritual successor to Suikoden, an RPG that saw enormous Kickstarter success, birthing the extra title I'm reviewing today. Rising, though, is a concoction of action, and simulation, with a splash of Metroidvania.
    From 505 Games and developer Nastuma Atari, Eiyuden Chronicles: Rising is meant to introduce players to the world of the upcoming RPG, introducing a few of the characters from Hundred Heroes, while building up a small town that will...
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  • Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising Review : ‘Questing For Your Town'

    Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising Review : ‘Questing For Your Town'

    9 days ago - By PlayStation LifeStyle

    After an incredibly popular run on kickstarter, one that saw it become the top backed game of 2020 , we finally have a chance to get just a glimpse of the Eiyuden Chronicle with the release of Rising. This prequel to Hundred Heroes sets out to give a little back story into the characters and set the table for the big release. Developer Rabbit & Bear, comprised of Suikoden veterans, is aiming to bring in fans of that series and newcomers as well, to this tale. The big question is, does the prequel get us excited for things to come or not. Find out below with our Eiyuden Chronicle Rising...
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  • Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising Review - Do You Wanna Build A Village?

    Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising Review - Do You Wanna Build A Village?

    9 days ago - By Game Skinny

    They say it takes an adventurer to build a village. But in Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising 's case, it takes a league of exploited travelers doing unpaid labor to repair a town in the hopes of gaining a license to find treasure nearby, 30% of which gets taxed by said town.
    Rising is the pre-equal of sorts to Rabbit and Bear's Suikoden spiritual successor, Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes , and while it's an earnest and even refreshing companion game in some respects, a clunky combat system and tedious mission structure make it hard not to think Rising didn't need to be a traditional game at...
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