Cris Tales – New Gameplay Today (1440p)


Crisbell is a particular lady. The machinations of destiny have granted her the ability to control time. She’s now capable of peer into previous and future variations of her world at will, which she’ll put to nice use attempting to guard everybody she loves from a doubtlessly darkish future. Joined by her speaking frog pal Matias, her warrior companion Christian, and different colourful allies, Crisbell embarks on a journey to rescue her fairytale kingdoms from an impending risk. After all, time is of the essence. 

Cris Tales is an upcoming RPG from Colombian builders Dreams Uncorporated and SYCK and writer Modus Games. The indie recreation takes inspiration from basic titles comparable to Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy VI with its turn-based fight and world design however provides an fascinating wrinkle with its time-manipulation mechanic. Players can ship enemies into the previous or future, which impacts every foe in several methods that may be each helpful and dangerous. Join Alex Stadnik, Marcus Stewart, and Jason Guisao as they check out this promising and exquisite role-playing journey. 

Cris Tales launches July 20 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. If this have a look at the sport has piqued your curiosity, there’s a playable demo on consoles and PC which you can take a look at proper now. 

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