Your Spoony Bards Must Journey To Kreisia!

By Eugene . January 7, 2014 . 12:27pm


Kemco have finished localizing Journey to Kresia and it’s now available for Android phones. The game’s story is about high-school student Yusis, who in typical JRPG fashion, is teleported to an unknown world, which he now needs to save.


See, the Overlord here revives every 10 years (Have we heard this before?) and it’s Yusis’ turn at saving the land of Kreisia.


Despite never having held a sword in his life, he’s off on a grand adventure with priestess Cynthia, who isn’t afraid of throwing him around the room. Along the way, he’s joined by other equally awesome friends such as taciturn lady knight Laminah and the awesome Anemos, a bard who rocks out during battles.



Those battles are classic Kemco fare, which means turn-based combat and a deeper system behind the fight with skills coming from item equips. The more you use a weapon, the stronger it actually gets, which, after having watched Kirito from Sword Art Online craft his way to epicness with his twin swords bonus stats, sounds completely legitimate to me. There’s also a magic stone enhancement system that lets you slot in magic stones Diablo style to enhance gear.



Journey to Kreisia is out now on Android and will be coming to iOS soon as well. As a special opening games present, the game is also going for 50% off from its launch price and is available at the sale price of just $3.99.

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  • FitzpatrickPhillips

    That Darkness and Light line is straight ripped from KH.

  • NimbusStev

    It sounds rather generic and looks like it came straight out of RPG Maker. But seeing as I just got an Android tablet and have already grown tired of the pick-up-and-play casual games on there, I might give this a try.

  • Warboss Aohd

    Comparing a game to SAO isn’t a good thing, as SAO is horrible.

    • Raltrios

      Posting a bad opinion here as if it were fact isn’t a good thing, it’s horrible.

      • Sigfried Silverblade

        You know what would be good? If we stopped this right now.

        • Warboss Aohd

          no need to say, i had no intention of arguing with him about it.

  • Honest question here – has anyone actually seen a Kemco RPG for full price? Because every time I check, the games are always $3.99 and say “on sale.”

    • Yause

      They’re a bit more expensive on iOS, but yeah, the Android line has been “on sale” for as long as I can remember. During a genuine sale period, the price is $1.00 per game.

  • darkbartz

    Funnily enough, for being a big cliché, I think this is actually the first Kemco RPG that uses the “regular guy gets transported into fantasy world” setting. Kemco games may be on the bare-boned side, but it’s an efficient time-waster and good for short plays.

  • For once, one of these Kemco games might be worth a try. I dabbled a bit in Symphony of Eternity and, well, there goes 5 dollars I’ll never see again. I could have used it to buy a sandwich!

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