A Dragon Girl Looks Up At The Endless Sky Makes Its Action Easy & Accessible

By Joel Couture . October 27, 2016 . 4:00pm

 

The PC port of the 2013 PSP action RPG A Dragon Girl Looks Up At The Endless Sky, previously only available in Japan, offers many easier gameplay modes and a straightforward skill system to make it accessible to players of all skill levels.

 

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The game’s sidescrolling action is being touted as being simple, offering easier gameplay so “you don’t have to worry if you are not confident.” Skills are also useable with a single button, letting players take on the game’s enemies in easier modes if they so choose so as not to cut out any potential players.

 

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Out now on Steam, A Dragon Girl Looks Up At The Endless Sky has players making decisions for the game’s heroine, Mint, and these calls will guide her to one of several different adult states, each with their own abilities, as they battle through dungeons and fight monsters.


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