Lionheart will let players draw from ten possible party members, using fresh-faced adventurers, former mercenaries, a powerful justicar, and a combat-ready nun as they delve deeper into an enchanted dungeon known as the Libra Corridor.
This port of the doujin RPG will bounce between the striking artwork of visual novel-like segments (where players will learn more of the game’s story and their interactions with the other party members) and the game’s dungeon-crawling and turn-based combat sequences, where they will tangle with the game’s one hundred different demihumans and monsters.
The newly-released Steam version of this Japanese game features all-new monster artwork, which upgrades the look of the creatures from the previous game. It also features the Japanese voice acting from the original game, as well as some varied difficulty settings for players of various skill levels.
Lionheart is available now on Steam.