Fallen Legion Bundle Makes Leap From PS4 To Steam On January 5th, 2018
Fallen Legion
(Last Updated On: December 4, 2017)

The PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita action-JRPGs from YummyYummyTummy and Mintsphere called Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire and Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion, are both coming to Steam for PC on January 5th, 2018.

Both games will be available as part of a bundle pack for only $29.99, and will be accompanied by a 20% discount during the first week of availability.

The story follows Princess Cecille and as she attempts to restore her kingdom with the help of an enchanted book that talks to her. You’ll have to travel around in an attempt to curb the toils of war while also making some decisions in how to run your kingdom. You’ll also be able to control multiple characters at a time during battle using the face-buttons to unleash fast-paced combos in split-second battle decisions. You can see how the game plays out with the lightning quick gameplay trailer below.

If you’re a fan of Vanillware and games like Odinsphere and Muramasa: The Demon Blade, you might enjoy the budget-version of that art-style with Fallen Legion.

While the character portraits aren’t quite up to par with Vanillaware’s outings, it’s still a solid gameplay experience when it comes to the background art, combat animations, and character designs during the battle sequences.

While the first game will see you in control of Princess Cecille, the sequel takes place from the perspective of a handful of other characters who were also engaged in the intense conflict of war.

If you’re interested in a game that combines fast-paced action combat from Grand Knights History, but with team-based tactics similar to Darkest Dungeon, you can look to get your hands on the PC versions of Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empre and Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion starting January 5th, 2018 via the Steam store page.


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