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Leanna's Slice
of Life

Leanna 's Slice
of Life is
basically a
fantasy version
of President
Basically it
uses a RPGMaker

Slave's Sword (download)
Role playing
Without Mosaics, Partially Voiced
$14.95    MG point:74
On Sale:
Dec 14, 2018
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
4.0 out of 5 (3 reviews)
Please check System Requirements before check out.

The main heroine of the story.

Despite being a knight and a member of the aristocracy, Luna is a firm believer in fairness and justice; something which brings her at odds with her lineage and her country. Because of this, she decides to leave her ancestral home and live in the Free City.

Required CPU: Intel Core2 Duo or better
Recommended CPU: 2+ GHz Processor
Required Memory: 4 GB RAM
Required Resolution: 1280x768
Required Graphics: DirectX 9/OpenGL 4.1 capable GPU
Recommended Graphics: OpenGL ES 2.0 hardware driver support required for WebGL acceleration. (AMD Catalyst 10.9, nVidia 358.50)
Required HDD Free Space: 2 GB available space
DirectX: Version 9.0

Impressive GOR RPG
This is a great game that hits all the right marks for those who know what they're looking for - do your research to make sure that is you before you dive in and you will be duly rewarded. The art is absolutely A+ and truly plentiful, and the story and gameplay are brief and on the shallow side for a JRPG, but impressive for an inexpensive indie project like this that offers as much as it does to its target audience. Compromises were made in all the right places. All scenes become unlocked on completion.

Auto mode for visual novel scenes unwisely cuts off voice playback even at the slowest setting, and the autosave still seems a bit wonky even after updates, but you really don't need it, so just play as if it doesn't exist and save often (and only get game overs when you want them). The translation isn't perfect, but it's plenty good enough. These inconveniences are all very minor and do little to distract from the game's many high points. Support the continued Western releases of niche games like this if you appreciate what the creators and localization teams are doing. From what I've played of the second so far, it's even better than the first.
success, minor flaws
Certainly, better RPG's have been written and designed, but this one promised not much outside of its H scenes and equipment system. It delivers, I would say.
I raced through to get the story, was able to get (with relatively little grinding) strong enough that I could put battles on auto and just wait them out, with small exceptions. There came a point where I stocked up on 20 of each healing item, and never ran low, with generous battle drops essentially replenishing faster than I needed to use. Grinding a few side quests made you rich fast, and if you spent right, you could afford the best gear by the time you reached the level to unlock it. Late game drops with max gear made you pretty much impervious to anything not on a boss's move list.
Story is passable, for sure, with few glaring flaws. In the early parts, it progresses whether you win or lose key battles. Losing to bosses merely reverts to the immediate leadup to his fight, rather than making you suffer through the obligatory game over and save load of shame. A big cliffhanger was hung at the end, and pretty much promises a sequel. Will be getting, if it's about this price again.
Played again to view and collect scenes, and the gallery in the menu may be bugged or something, because only a few of them showed up in the gallery, and I earned almost all of them. However, if I wished, I could go back to any of them due to smart save locations.
Could use a text skip for completion-focused replays.

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