5 Square Enix RPGs We Want on the Nintendo Switch

Threads of Fate

There are so many gems that come to mind whenever Square’s archive of RPGs come to mind, but there’s only that’s made enough of an impact to inspire a big-budget doujin developed sequel, and that’s the quirky PlayStation action-RPG, Threads of Fate.

Starring two different stories with two very different tones, the charming gem delivered an engaging battle system with a pair of playable characters to choose from, each offering their own distinctive twist to the sharp active combat at its core, much like that of Brave Fencer Musashi and Kingdom Hearts. The somber amnesiac boy named Rue is a more melee-focused warrior that’s able to get access to close-combat weaponry and special monster transformations, while his privileged, and obnoxiously bratty counterpart Mint is a sorceress-in-training that focuses on magic warfare, specializing in a large number of spells with different effects and utilities.

Many gamers cherish the venture still to this day, with an ageless sense of charisma to its experience that deserves another play-through on a platform that could benefit from its presence.

Published Apr. 15th 2017

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