Cosmic Star Heroine, RPG Adventure Game Now On Steam

If you are a fan of adventures games or RPGs there might be a game that is worth checking out, especially if Chrono Trigger is a title that holds a special place in your heart. The game is called Cosmic Star Heroine, which is out now on Steam for PC.

Paying homage to classic RPGs found on the SNES, and on the SEGA Genesis too, comes Zeboyd Games’ Cosmic Star Heroine. Featured on this site before during its early stages of development, the game is now live and playable on PC.

The game channels a lot of core features found in Chrono Trigger, except the game is a bit more of a fantasy-future RPG that explores conspiracies and ancient, hidden secrets.

The game’s official description sits below and stands to be a basic summary of the overall content found in the title:

“3 exotic planets to explore. Aliens. Robots. Magic. Forbidden technology. Ruined Worlds. Ghosts. Long-lost secrets. Conspiracies. A galactic threat. And one brave heroine to make things right. Cosmic Star Heroine is an exciting new RPG from the creators of Cthulhu Saves the World.”

Those who recall the game from back in 2016 might remember that it released for the PS4 and PS Vita last year. But now it’s available to play on PC through Steam. If you’ve never heard about this game before or its previous release on said platforms, the official E3 2016 trailer is up for you to watch courtesy of the PlayStation YouTube channel.

It’s worth noting that the PC version has received some pretty good reviews and currently sports a “Very Positive” user rating on Steam, but it’s also worth pointing out that the game has some issues with some noted glitches and bugs, hampering the gameplay experience for some people. I’m not sure how extreme they are, but the glitches have warranted a lot of people to write long reasons as to why they can’t continue playing the game, so that’s something worth keeping in mind if you’re interested in Cosmic Star Heroine.

More information can be found regarding this game by hitting up or its Steam page, which shows the game running for $14.99.


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