Legrand Legacy, an openly old-school turn-based JRPG, will launch on PC on January 24, 2018, in accordance with its newest trailer. Astoundingly, that puts the PC version a complete year ahead in the console versions. What sort of loopy reverse-land have we entered?
Legrand Legacy is often a game drunk on OSRS Mobile Gold old JRPGs, citing Suikoden, Legend of Dragoon and Final Fantasy as the key inspirations. You can see that inside story: as Joe reported not too long ago, it's set within a war-torn world and stars a motley crew of reluctant heroes whose bonds, you observe, include the universe's "true peril." It also uses 3D models and 2D environments to emulate the visual style of their ancestors, as well as its combat system features QTE-esque, timing-based follow-up attacks.
As Crunchyroll reports, developer Semisoft RuneScape Mobile Gold further explained the combat in the recent blog post: "Exploiting enemies' weaknesses and unleashing powerful attacks is essential for victory," Semisoft said. "Craft weapons and unlock new magic abilities as being the enemies become fiercer." There's also a selection of activities outside combat, like sidequests, NPC recruitment, as well as the obligatory fishing minigame.