The Black Queen has stolen the Sun, the Moon and the Stars. You play as Aurora, a young princess with a pure heart whose soul is brought to the kingdom of Lemuria. Embark on a quest to recapture the three sources of light, defeat the Black Queen and restore the kingdom of Lemuria.
When you have a catalog that consists of blockbuster franchises like Assassin’s Creed and the soon-to-be-released Watch Dogs, it’s easy to overlook a game like Child of Light, one that emphasizes storytelling through stunning hand-drawn visuals and carefully constructed narrative. For its part, the story is rather straightforward tale about Aurora, the daughter of an Austrian duke, who finds herself transported to the world of Lemuria, a land overrun by darkness brought on by the villainous Umbra. The only way home is for Aurora to recover the Sun, the Moon, and the Stars, while defeating Umbra in the process. Accompanying her on this journey is a ragtag group of intriguing characters that each offer a unique perspective on the world. The first thing that stuck... Read Review