Journey to the land of o'Fabrica; a fantastical land enriched with ancient majiques and powerful kingdoms.
Only... it's all in Mike's head, or so he thinks.
Set both in the real world, and in the majiqual land of o'Fabrica, you play as Mike; a young man who uses this fantasy realm to deal with manifestations of his own mental afflictions.
Team up with manifestations of Hope, Faith and Determination in an effort to defeat Mike's Self-Doubt, Grief and other negative emotions.
I got to admit I'm pretty bored about playing RPG Maker games, specially when I already found some of them that actually are worth it. There are so many RPG Maker games out there that just don't add anything new or just interesting, and they are usually long if you compare them to other videogame genre. Well, this Fantasyche won't change that. Just an average RPG that I can't say it is bad but can't recommend either. Storyline is average, turn based fighting is average, graphics are average... If you see the game really discounted you might want to give it a try, but the truth is that there are like a thousand better options.
Fantasyche: Mike will make any jRPG gamer feel at home. The Japanese style is obvious so if you like the genre and don't mind the RPG-Maker-like look you may actually have a blast. Players who prefer the Euro-American way of RPG may feel a bit railroaded here, but I think the community of jRPG gamers is large enough. The protagonist, Mike, is travelling through a fantasy land of o'Fabrica. Just like with many Japanese RPGs, emotions and storyline will be very important here, even more important than actual choices of decisions, which may seem pre-determined by the authors. The subject is pretty mature here, as the game actually deals with depression of the main character, for whom the land of o'Fabrica is an escape from this condition.
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