Aden and Sonja, two lifelong friends, live a tranquil life on Fenith Island until they're struck by a mysterious curse: they awaken to find both of their souls are now trapped in the same body! On top of this unusual calamity, the Fenith they knew is gone, replaced by a strange island populated with unfamiliar faces. Only by exploring this new world will they be able to solve the mystery of this curse and save their beloved Island. During the course of their journey, Aden and Sonja will be aided by a colorful cast of characters, as well as take command of the towering golem Ymir. Using their newfound giant friend, they'll cross vast seas, discover hidden islands and dungeons packed with riches, and battle fearsome monsters of the deep!
Imagine a creepy, flamboyant priest who likes to wiggle around whenever he talks to you. Then imagine if that priest told you that he has two kids--a boy and a girl--living with him in a church. Now imagine the boy constantly acting disturbed, with his head lowered in shame and embarrassment, hardly able to talk to you whenever you approach him. There's definitely something fishy going on there, wouldn't you say? I know I'd be alerting the nearby authorities ASAP. The scenario I described is just one of the many problems that Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny has holding it down. It's fitting that there are such characters in the game to truly terrify you, because the entire experience is enough to send you crying into your pillow, much like I imagine the little boy... Read Review