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  • Summary: Occult journalist Hayato Ibuki encounters a strange girl during his investigations into a series of mysterious suicides in Tokyo. She implores that Hayato must live, before bestowing upon him a mystical device that allows him to capture celestial and arcane creatures. He is now thrust into aOccult journalist Hayato Ibuki encounters a strange girl during his investigations into a series of mysterious suicides in Tokyo. She implores that Hayato must live, before bestowing upon him a mystical device that allows him to capture celestial and arcane creatures. He is now thrust into a world beyond our own, home to horrific monsters and celestial beings. In it, he must delve into dungeons called Layers and solve the mystery of the device. Where his journey leads him could decide the fate of our world...

    FEATURES:

    * Mythology Unbound -- Features 100+ astrals from myths and legends to capture, each with 3 unique forms to progress through.

    * Spread the Wealth of Knowledge -- There are more than 250+ skills to learn and distribute among your party of captured Astrals.

    * The Infinite Abyss Awaits -- Test yourself against massive dungeons with up to 99 floors of deadly dangers.
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  1. Dec 14, 2018
    50
    No matter how many different demon allies you can create, at the end of the day it still feels like the game is one long procession of dark hallways punctuated by incredibly frequent (and, to the game’s detriment, incredibly repetitive) battles, with the odd stilted conversation that will make you eager to get back into the battles. Much like its predecessor, The Lost Child ends up being long on ideas, but short on fulfilling them.