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I enjoyed the
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divergent paths
especially due
to being
accustomed to
JAST titles

Slave's Sword 2 (download)
Role playing
Without Mosaics, Partially Voiced
$14.95    MG point:74
On Sale:
Feb 22, 2019
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
5.0 out of 5 (1 reviews)
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The heroine of the story. The eldest daughter of an aristocratic family that has produced knights for the Empire for generations.

However, endless wars and the disparity between the rich and poor caused her to become disillusioned with the Empire, and she abandoned her house, wealth, and identity.

After the events of Slave’s Sword 1, she’s now ready to bring the fight to the Empire.

Required CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo or better
Recommended CPU: 2+ GHz Processor
Required Memory: 4GB 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: 2GB
DirectX: Version 9.0c

An excellent sequel
First of all, as with the first game, MAKE SURE this is a game that appeals to your interests before jumping in. This is an RPG Maker title with a fully-voiced heroine and an incredible number of well-illustrated scenes that appeal to a specific niche. Those are the reasons you play this game. If you liked the first title, I would thoroughly recommend the second.

Slave's Sword 2 picks up and concludes the first game's plot and puts a greater emphasis on narrative than the first, though it covers this extra ground by offering a more linear experience - which could be a plus or a minus depending on your preferences. I liked the side mission structure of the first game (to a point) but I feel this more streamlined design fits the more action-packed story this time around.

Luna is still an incredibly resilient badass, regardless of almost anything the game throws at her, which is seriously awesome and refreshing to see. The music has been improved noticeably in both quality and variety, which I found to be a real treat, and there are a greater number of more varied areas to experience as you plow through Maldonia helping Luna battle her way to justice.

There are even some new game mechanics, including some small but interesting twists to combat that involve defending yourself against a long list of status effects (which all actually have accompanying battle art). Losing battles (aside from boss encounters) doesn't result in a game over, and rather returns you to the field with full health, and beating the game any way (there are multiple endings) unlocks everything, so there's little risk in playing the way you want.

I'd still advise keeping a few routinely updated save files, just in case, especially for those boss/story fights, since they could really set you back if you never save. I've heard Circle Poison is working on some sort of Gaiden title for the Slave's Sword series, so I'm hoping that will make its way through Kagura into English at some point, along with any other future titles for the group!

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