Lost Sphear

Lost Sphear

"The next evolution in this new golden age of JRPG’s arrives with LOST SPHEAR, bringing a fresh take on classic RPG gameplay! A young man, who suffered a phenomenon that he had never seen, faces an omi

Lost Sphear Walkthrough With Ending

Lost Sphear Walkthrough With Ending

A complete video walkthrough of Lost Sphear.

Lost Sphear Review

Lost Sphear Review

I have a slightly passive-aggressive habit of using header images to signal where a review is ultimately headed, but there’s no way of adequately describing in a single image how many problems Lost Sphear—perhaps better thought of as “I Am Not Setsuna,” where all of the good parts of the previous game have been stripped …

Lost Sphear: Progress Log #7 [END]

Lost Sphear: Progress Log #7 [END]

[Click here to start from the first progress log] Well, that was an ordeal that ended up taking much longer than expected. It was the same old story as the rest of the game, though: lots of running around while the plot made logical leaps unsupported by anything preceding them, oftentimes contradicting earlier twists in …

Lost Sphear: Progress Log #6

Lost Sphear: Progress Log #6

[Click here to start from the first progress log] “Wait,” I hear you wondering, “why doesn’t this progress log have an [END] to indicate that you’ve finished it since you were so close in the last one?” Oh, we’ll get into that. Believe me. For now, though, the same warning applies here as in the …

Lost Sphear: Progress Log #5

Lost Sphear: Progress Log #5

[Click here to start from the first progress log] I’ve called every single twist in this game long before it happened. There are some things too stupid for even my predictive powers (which is really just experience with how generic jRPGs handle certain scenarios) to handle, however. For example, a character is murdered at one …

Lost Sphear: Progress Log #4

Lost Sphear: Progress Log #4

[Click here to start from the first progress log] The inconsistencies are piling up. You’d think that how basic things work in Lost Sphear’s world would be one of the things the developers nailed down early and subsequently stuck with, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. The party has brought back multiple people …

Lost Sphear: Progress Log #3

Lost Sphear: Progress Log #3

[Click here to start from the first progress log] What I’m about to say is obvious, but could still potentially qualify as a spoiler for those hyper-sensitive to having even the most painfully obvious of things explicitly stated: it turns out that “the empire” whose soldiers dress like a cross between the soldiers of the …

Lost Sphear: Progress Log #2

Lost Sphear: Progress Log #2

[Click here to start from the first progress log] I think I figured out why I had trouble with that boss earlier. At some point it dawned on me that I had bought some new equipment but somehow forgot to actually equip it. Of course, this doesn’t make that a good boss fight or anything, …

A Lost Sphear demo is now playable on Steam

A Lost Sphear demo is now playable on Steam

Lost Sphear, the new game from I Am Setsuna studio Tokyo RPG Factory, tells the tale of a young boy named Kanata, whose world is literally disappearing, piece by piece. Possessing the unique power of Memory that enables him to restore what's been lost, he and his friends set out on a mission to put things right. The game won't be out until early next year, but you can get a taste of what's to come by way of the demo that was released today on Steam. The demo showcases some of the game's central features, including real-time combat and the Artefact system, "which allows players to utilize restored Memories to customize their user interface, obtain player bonuses, as well as advance the story." The controls are pretty brutal, and will presumably (hopefully) be properly implemented for the full release. But for now there's no mouse support, so maneuvering through menus requires the WASD keys, with the spacebar to select. The standard save op

I am Setsuna follow-up Lost Sphear now has a demo on Switch, PS4, and PC

I am Setsuna follow-up Lost Sphear now has a demo on Switch, PS4, and PC

A demo for Square Enix's upcoming I am Setsuna successor Lost Sphear is now available to download in Europe and North America on Switch, PlayStation 4, and…

Lost Sphear

Lost Sphear

Released 12 Oct 2017

Player Perspective
Bird view
Game Modes
Single player
Platform
Nintendo Switch Playstation 4 PC (Microsoft Windows)
Genre
Adventure Role-playing (RPG)
Publisher
Square Enix
Storyline

"As an ominous power threatens the fabric of reality, a young man chosen by destiny must arise to face a phenomenon never seen before. Enter Kanata, as he awakens from a devastating dream leading him to find his home, erased from existence. Awaken the power of Memory to restore the Lost and rebuild the world!"

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