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Time-Altering RPG, Cris Tales, comes to the PC on November 17th, PC demo released

Modus Games, along with developers Dreams Uncorporated and SYCK, today announced that the turn-based indie love letter to classic JRPGs, Cris Tales, will launch November 17th. Additionally, the game’s free demo on Steam and GOG is now updated with new enemies and a never-before-seen Colosseum battle mode.

Today’s news arrived with a stunning cinematic unveiled during the PC Gaming Show, revealing protagonist Crisbell’s fight to prevent her homeland’s fiery demise at the hands of a menacing Empress. Aided by her powerful party members and dapper amphibian guide, Crisbell stands as the world of Crystallis’ lone hope for a bright future.

Cris Tales Opening Cinematic Teaser
Cris Tales - Opening Cinematic Teaser

The newly updated demo on Steam and GOG introduces a new, mini Colosseum experience! Willhelm joins the party for eight progressively harder battles where players will face new foes and test their mettle in a mini-boss fight! This Colosseum mode gives a glimpse of the Colosseum experience that will be available in the full game.

Cris Tales is a classically inspired RPG where past, present and future are brought together on one screen. Players can use Crisbell’s amazing ability to slip between eras, aiding citizens across Crystallis’ kingdoms and pushing enemies to points in time for an upper hand in battle. Cris Tales’ hand-drawn, Colombian-inspired world is a charming pairing of fantasy, with tributes to real-world architecture and landmarks, making every step of this enthralling journey a delight to explore.

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John Papadopoulos

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