The Japanese Role Playing video Game Lost Odyssey is now free for the Xbox One, until December 31. This is great for those who are interested in the title, as now is the chance to grab them for free, before the calendars hit the 31st of December.
For fans of the JRPG genre, but for some reasons aren’t familiar with the title, there are several reasons as to why this game is worth playing. It is also for free after all, so there is nothing to lose.
The Lost Odyssey
The game was first released in 2007 in Japan, then worldwide around 2 months later.
Several well-known names are also involved in its creation. It is the 2nd game Hironobu Sakaguchi, creator of the Final Fantasy series, had released ever since he left Square Enix to found his own studio, Mistwalker. Another familiar name involved is Nobuo Uematsu, best known for being the musical composer of most Final Fantasy titles.
The story focuses on Kaim, an immortal who had lost his memory. He is later on joined by other immortals, and even mortals in his quest. The setting for the game could be considered a mix of industrial revolution and fantasy.
The traditional turn-based combat system in the game would also really appeal to fans of classic JRPG’s.
How to get the game for free?
Just log on and visit the Xbox Marketplace and visit its designated page. Click right here to go directly.
Aside from the Lost Odyssey, the very first game from Mistwalker, Blue Dragon, is also available now on the Xbox Marketplace, according to the Games Radar website. However, it isn’t free and would cost $20, according to the Windows Central website.