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Video by Matt S.

(Mild content warning with regards to a depiction of a suicide)

Crystar, out soon, comes to us from FuRyu in Japan, and Spike Chunsoft in the west. It’s an action JRPG with a particular trick – it’s all about crying as a gameplay mechanic. If that sounds different, it’s because it is – Crystar is a very, very different game.

In this video I take a look at Crystar, and more broadly FuRyu as a company: at 12 years old, it hasn’t been around as long as some of the others… and yet this company is doing things that deserve far more attention than they’re getting.

Thanks as always for tuning in, and stay tuned on DDNet for the full review in a week or so!

– Matt S. 
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