At the beginning of A P disease Tale: Pure, De Rune's siblings stand in the center of the church yard. After the home invasion of their ancestors, they fled the lands and villages of the former war-torn country, France, enraged citizens and the Inquisition burned themselves. Older sister and protagonist Amicia is determined to keep her sickly brother safe, urging him to move forward, but Hugo runs away to be surprised by a weed flower. She takes it, puts it in Amicia's hair, and whispers, “It will protect you. And she is beautiful. ”
Cue: my heart breaks.
The Pifo Tale is a moving movement from start to finish, its characters a flash of light in the dark, a reminder of humanity in the midst of horror. Amicia is a scary and smart little girl, taking on the responsibility that most will soon throw herself into rats over face. Traveling around the world and protecting Hugo is never an easy task, but it is at its peak through mayhem. Defense often comes in the form of his sling, which becomes even more threatening as he gets new concepts for throwing troops and enemy attacks alike. It is a simple but satisfying task, as in the early battles where Amicia has to look after her employer's military units until she delivers the intelligence directly. As I began to gain strength to find new ways to express my stabbing power, Amicia herself wondered about her behavior, commenting in shock when she learned that someone had killed her. His reflective moments were a refreshing reminder of what makes us human.
His brother Hugo stands as the greatest monument of all time. A sick child with little knowledge of the world outside of its bedrooms, Hugo captures the universe with new eyes. Like his flower-picking times, he also pursues animals, which roam in delight despite the beautiful surroundings. There are natural moments of child rebellion, but their relationship is believable and Hugo never feels like a burden. Hugo is often the key to solving a natural puzzle, pulling hair and crawling with minimal openings to keep it moving forward. It also helps that the character of her voice is completely endearing. As the origins of his illness draw to a close, Hugo becomes the center of the game's most iconic elements, adding a natural twist to a different myth.
In addition to De Rune's siblings, The biggest stars with P disease Tale are those mice. Hey, these are excellent game mice. They explode in the shadows of bloodstains, clustered together like waves crashing against one another's walls. Seeing the tragedy they go through when Amicia and Hugo go out of the light and head to their tiny, brown edges. Their presence makes the natural puzzle appear, whether it be the light of fires to clear the path or save time for Amicia's steps during the lightning strike. I was forever torn between whether their introduction or the sequel to the final game was ruled by the Grand Inquisitor which is one of my favorite sports moments this year.
Asobo Studio & # 39; s steab adventure is packed full of these awesome enemy characters, amazing nature puzzle, too much of mice. But it is the moments of peace amid the madness when humanity and hope rise above the horror that makes A P plague Tale a favorite.