Video Game Review: Fantasy Life For Nintendo 3DS

Hello Everyone And New Followers,

I know I have missed a few posts but its summer time here. It is also had to find time to posts since everyone is on the internet. So I for now on will be typing them and editing them offline so I don’t miss anymore posting days.

I will also will be taking a week off blogging July 24 to July 28. I have a guest staying at my house during that time.

We are also 9 followers away from the next giveaway.



About the game:

set in the fantasy world of Reveria, which is made up of several cities, plains, and mountains. Its rulers spend their days ruling over their citizens and guiding them in their Life paths. One day this peaceful state is shattered when a meteorite falls into the house of the player, setting off a chain of events foretold in an ancient prophecy involving Reveria’s goddess and the moon Lunares.

The player is asked by King Erik of the land of Castele to investigate these strange occurrences, as the meteorites, later dubbed Doomstones by the world’s inhabitants, have the ability to fill creatures with dark, destructive energy. They are joined in this quest by a glowing butterfly that has the ability to speak. As the game progresses, the butterfly reveals that her real name and form is Yuelia, the daughter of Celestia, whom the people of Reveria worship as the Life Goddess.

They discover soon that the Doomstones are chunks of a dome that surrounds Reveria and has been slowly falling apart. This event had happened in the past once before, but was stopped by Celestia, at the cost of her never returning to Lunares. Yuelia and her sister Noelia, discover that the only way to save the world is to gather the wishes of as many people as possible and take them up to Lunares, where those wishes will restore the dome completely. The player and the two sisters manage to successfully travel to Lunares, but soon find out that they do not have enough wishes to restore the dome. Yuelia, becoming content with her Life on Reveria, wishes that she never has to leave. With that final wish, the end of the world is averted and Reveria is saved once again, ending the main story.


My thoughts:

I enjoy the amount of class to choose from. I was the chef one of course. I love the main quest and the side quest. Also the class quest. But what I didn’t like was the game’s ending it left me unsatisfied. I truly felt that was not a real ending.  Which took away from the lovely story that I loved.

I give this game 2.5 stars out of 5 stars.


What game am I currently playing?

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(Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, all items in my blog posts have been purchased by me for my own personal use and not sent to me by companies for reviews.)


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