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Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven by XSEED

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  • Fantasy Violence
  • Mild Language
  • Partial Nudity
  • Suggestive Themes
Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6.
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  • Platform: Nintendo 3DS
  • Publisher: XSEED
  • Developer: XSEED
  • Category: Role-Playing

Product Details:

"Do you have the power? Are you the one?"

Residing on the outskirts of town as the proprietor of a quiet, rustic inn, Luchs has lived through much of his life proudly clinging to a code of honor passed down from father to son for generations: "When our cherished guests finally arrive, think of them as nothing less than family."

Unfortunately, the inn has yet to receive a single guest since its foundation, leaving Luchs no choice but to excavate and sell crystals - the island's most valuable fuel source - in order to make ends meet. It's during one such routine excavation that he happens upon a beautiful maiden encased inside a massive crystal, and her abrupt awakening triggers a series of unexpected events that include foul fiends, astonishing abilities and miraculous mysteries. Suddenly, Luchs humble innkeeper lifestyle erupts into chaos as he finds himself thrust into a conflict of divine proportions...

Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven is a brand new strategy RPG adventure set on a colorful island in the tropics. Bestowed with a mysterious bracelet called the Lachryma, Luchs is fated to trade in his days of peaceful innkeeping for chaotic combat as he reunites seven compelling heroines and pieces together their mysterious pasts. The unique strategy battle system encourages players to line up their attacks in order to bowl over the frontline enemies into others, causing collateral damage.

  • Seven Heroines, Seven Stories
    Each of the seven heroines who come to inhabit the inn have their own stories to tell, and building relationships with them will unlock new, specialized attacks to aid in combat when they join the battle party.
  • Strategic Combat Makes Every Turn Count
    A unique battle system places emphasis on "bowling" over as many enemies with a single strike as possible, challenging players to line up melee, ranged and magical attacks so they can knock frontline enemies into others for maximum collateral damage.
  • Craft Your Way to New Skills
    In addition to unlocking new abilities while progressing through the story, participating in Free Battles and registering for StreetPass can provide rare crafting items for use in creating new skills to help turn the tides of battle.
  • Adjustable Difficulty Levels and More
    Players can toggle among Easy, Normal and Hard difficulties, use the Fast Forward feature to speed up combat as desired, or relive fond memories via in-game movie and art galleries.

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    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Surprisingly Good Picked this up on a whim, and was shocked at how much I enjoyed it. At its heart, Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven is a cutesy game with a few dark themes and some well-played twists. Its battle system is rather unique (and a little frustrating at first) but ultimately enjoyable and somewhat addicting, and the characters are ridiculously adorable, especially because Lord of Magna doesn't take itself too seriously. A surprisingly good whim-purchase that's quite a bit of fun~
    Date published: 2016-02-06
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Music is great...Gameplay not so much While I was really anticipating the release of this game, now that I've played it thoroughly I'm rather underwhelmed. The soundtrack is good. However in terms of game-play, I was underwhelmed and nothing of the game was all that memorable. There was very little overworld or exploration, nor was there all that much depth to the characters. I have to say the graphics were very charming though. All in all, it's an okay game but nothing special.
    Date published: 2015-11-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from fun game this was a fun game once u get into it. it take a bit to get use to after that its real fun. there not a lot a replay value. it is fun to play thru once or twice. the team u can make are fun and cool.
    Date published: 2015-10-12
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Simple Yet Sweet Lord of Manga is one of the few RPGs I'd recommend to newcomers because it lacks the complicated combat/skill trees of more typical RPGs. The game is fairly straight-forward, simple to grasp, but still challenging enough to beat. And while the story has its share of RPG clichés, the cute graphics and charming characters still make for an enjoyable little fairytale. May prove too short/simplistic for hardcore gamers, but for newcomers (or even players who'd prefer a less complicated RPG for once), Lord of Magna is still worth checking out.
    Date published: 2015-07-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great, Short, Turn based JRPG Pros: The characters and cast are really memorable. The battle system is challenging enough to keep the player engaged. The art in the cutscenes and stills are really beautiful. Has a decent amount of plot twists and thrills so the story doesn't die down. Has a bit of a dating Sim element to it, choosing which girl to have the strongest relationship with. The New Game + option allows you to keep your level on two characters and keep 5 items in your inventory. This helps the replay value. Cons: Battle system gets tedious- bosses are able to summon minions every turn, allowing the battles to go on forever. Cut scenes and non battle sequences draaaaaag on. It is very slow to start out. For a JRPG, it is really short. Only 12 chapters. That being said, you are supposed to replay to get all 7 endings. Not very much option to explore the world. Overall- A really sweet and fun game that has a great story. Get through the battle sequences and focus on the story.
    Date published: 2015-06-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Underrated and Fun (TLDR: GREAT GAME AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BUT UNDERRATED) I personally bought this game not expecting much and boy I am glad I didn't because it was more fun than I could imagine. So far there aren't many reviews for the game out there. The ones that are give it a 6 or 7. The highest I have seen is a 8.5. We should all know by now that game reviews done by "professionals" is like politics. The media gets paid to give poor games good reviews and if they aren't paid, they aren't happy. The graphics are done in 2 parts: Sprites and Cut Scenes. All are done really well and is meant to be viewed in 3D or you won't get the full experience. The battles are really fun even though the tutorial phase is extremely long (took me 1.5 hrs just to fully control where and what my character goes/does. Battles are turn-based and the best I could explain it is as followed: What Conception 2's battles should have been like. Voice Acting is great in my opinion. English only (wish they would have put a japanese option in there). I usually hate english voice acting but they did a really good job in this one. **SPOILER ALERT** Story seems pretty good so far. I am still at the beginning of the game but it begins with you meeting a girl after adventuring for crystals to sell in town and you meet up with a girl who has amnesia and can't remember anything but her name. As you progress, you meet her sisters and they start to regain their memories everytime they reunite with one another. These sisters are bound to you by a ring that physically infuses into your arm and they call you master because of this bond. I would highly recommend this to those who miss the good old fashioned turn-based games but wants a break from the mainstream games for 3DS like pokemon, fire emblem, etc. There are side things to do such as attending a farm (I think this is a streetpass function only though), crafting, baths that boost stats, changing difficulty on the fly, relationships with characters, etc. It really is a wonderful game and is worth the money.
    Date published: 2015-06-08
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