Once upon a time, in a forest called Lita, there lived a fairy whose role it was to protect the trees of the forest from the monsters and humans who would try to steal the spirit stones that provide the forest’s life energy. Her name was Freesia and her kung fu was very, very strong…Read full description
Fairy Bloom Freesia is a hack and slash game about a pixie/fairy called Freesia, which is cute, but deadly with her fists when the subject is protecting the forest against threats, usually monsters. The game is packed with a lot of action and different enemies with different moves.Freesia can learn a lot of different moves to crush her opponents, including direct hits or indirect attacks, to get far enemies. The fight is at a 2D scenario, but it's not a bad thing. There are also bosses through the story, so you'll keep yourself busy with a lo of action here. Anyway, the game is amazing, i recommend for any gamer looking for a good action game.
Wow this game was quite the suprise. I picked it up in a Humble Bundle and one day decided to try it out. Though it looked like nothing special at first, i was quite surprised by how much genuine fun i was having playing it. This game is a simplistic 2D arena fighting/beat 'em up game where you play as a strange little moe fairy princess thing. Though the story and characters are nothing special, the combat is what really shines. Its simple, with 1 button for attacks, 1 for specials skills, and one for blocking. However, this simplistic control scheme really works, with the game being easy to pick up and play at first, but gradually becomes harder and has a bit of a learning curve. Once you get into the later levels, you're going to have to learn how to string dashes, attacks, specials, and blocks if you plan on actually surviving. If you fail to utilize these combat options in the correct way, you will most likely end up being juggled in mid air by countless numbers of monsters. This simple yet satisfying combat style is what keeps me playing, regardless of its sub par story and graphics. I'd recommend this game if you just want something simple, but very entertaining
This is another fun hack and slash game but it's over far too fast. The soundtrack is great. The story is average. The gameplay is great. I put 7 hours into this game so far and have beaten it more than a dozen times. It's very grindy if you want all the achievements. Otherwise, you won't find much to love in this game if you don't like time trials and mindless hack and slash combo and magic based gameplay. There's a bunch of boss fights, but they're no different than the other fights. Just hack and slash and you will win. It doesn't take much strategy. The game in my opinion is highly replayable. I don't mind short games as long as you can get a lot of playtime out of them through repeat plays. I also like these Japanese style arena brawlers lately. Like Croixleur, this game is flashy and colorful and very addicting. Definitely recommended.
This is a decent hack and slash action game. Its clear that its low budget and the storyline isnt the best thing ever. The combos are pretty nice the anime style art work is always great and pretty timeless. if you like anime stuff then you would like this game, i wish they buffed up the soundtrack some more and have a little more backstory but you cant have everything, for the price this is a great game. I also recommend you use a controller.
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