A fantasy painting set into motion with engaging RPG-lite mechanics.
Vanillaware has long been praised for its lavish, ornate games and the aesthetic value of its creations rather than their practicality or realism. In an age where dismal sci-fi landscapes and unimaginative dirt-encrusted visions of war prevail, an injection of fantasy (with an extensive color palette) is a sight for sore eyes. Indeed, upon firing up the developer's latest opus, Dragon's Crown, one wonders how the only takeaway from this gorgeous product could possibly be the size of a particular character's breasts or derriere.
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