Lost Sphear, the next game from Square Enix's Tokyo RPG Factory, looks to improve upon its predecessor in several ways. The combat system is more complicated. The enemies are more challenging. And -- hope you're sitting down for this one -- there are inns.
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The followup to I Am Setsuna is Lost Sphear, the latest release from Square Enix's Tokyo RPG Factory.
The name "Tokyo RPG Factory" conjures a dreary image. An assembly line for role-playing games, perhaps, where dozens of masked workers flank a conveyor belt, smashing together parts: An oversized sword here, a Firaga there, a melancholy hero to tie it all together. Every day they must crank out a new RPG to be shipped across the globe for mass consumption.
I've already talked about how I Am Setsuna's battle system shares more than a little in common with classic JRPG Chrono Trigger. But it's not just the battle system. Quite a number of Chrono Trigger's techs show up remastered in I Am Setsuna as well.