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Dragons Odyssey Frane is a high-quality action-role-playing game from Japanese veteran game developer, Exe-Create.

Beautiful hand-drawn 2D graphics, a wonderful soundtrack, and an excellent English translation coupled with talented voice actors set this title apart and make it a great fit for anyone who has been patiently awaiting a solid fantasy title for iOS to come out of Japan.

We hope you will enjoy Dragons Odyssey Frane, as it is one that has been beloved by many gamers across Japan.

In Vanneth, the world above, and under the direction of God coexist two races charged with the oversight of Kalenthia-or in other words, the world below.
These two races are the Angel Clan, who administer blessings; and the Demon clan, who administer trials.

Sadly, being unable to compromise in their beliefs, they have clashed and disputed continually over how to promote temporal growth in the world below for untold numbers of years.

It is during such a time that one angel named Escude decides to prove who is right once and for all, and in breaking Gods commandment not to interfere directly in the affairs of humans, she descends to the world below.

Having caught wind of this, God summons her most trusted servant, Kunah, the son of the fire dragon chief.

And along with Riel, Kunah's childhood companion, who is also consquently the daughter of the ice dragon chief, he follows after Escude in an attempt to bring her back to Vanneth.
And so the story of a dragon duo under the guise of human children begins and the unlikely adventure that awaits them below the clouds on the vast Kalenthian continent...

chaos_envoys's comments:






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07-11-2012, 06:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Johnny1st View Post
Isn't there a complete walktrough for this game anywhere? At least the game came out for PC some time ago.
I know there's this British gentleman who did a long video walkthrough on YouTube. It's where I like to go to see that I'm on the right track!
07-12-2012, 11:57 AM
#92
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Originally Posted by curtisrshideler View Post
I know there's this British gentleman who did a long video walkthrough on YouTube. It's where I like to go to see that I'm on the right track!
Yes, i know of that videos, too. But they are so many and so long without any order. I think they are about 70 parts!
Also i find his voice acting quite annoying and as far as i could have seen he covered only the main parts of the game.
I want a really detailled walkthrough with all aspects of the game like cooking and crafting, getting closer to friends by
giving them gifts, etc. Also i heard that there are multiple endings.

Last edited by Johnny1st; 07-12-2012 at 12:04 PM.

07-12-2012, 12:53 PM
#93
Ended up getting this, it kind of reminds me of persona in that you go around back in forth between 5 areas... Except it's in 2d which is cool. I though there was suppose to be alot of puzzle solving etc... Where is all that? And I havebt been to a "Dungeon yet" just mines and a desert so I'm hoping there are some dungeon type levels... For 5.99 I'm not complaining, although for 12 I don't think I would have justified the price amount.
07-12-2012, 01:50 PM
#94
Joined: Sep 2010
Location: World, now Belgium
Posts: 3,031
The art background here are really poor. On my ipad2 I see tons of artifacts as from interlaced stuff. Maybe I am too spoiled by my ps3 but this hurts my eyes.

Plus the dialog so far is childish and stupid. Like one of the worst anime.
07-12-2012, 03:40 PM
#95
Joined: Sep 2010
Location: World, now Belgium
Posts: 3,031
Really disappointed. Another case of simply ignoring positive reviews. This is a huge let down a game with boring fight mechanism where the goals o survive to get a special attack and kill everybody ... And the everybody spawns back in we seconds. Boring and even more so on a touch screen interface and poor backgrounds.
The only nice thing is the Japanese voice.
07-12-2012, 04:33 PM
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Joined: Dec 2008
Location: Salem, Massachusetts, USA
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Originally Posted by FPE View Post
Really disappointed. Another case of simply ignoring positive reviews. This is a huge let down a game with boring fight mechanism where the goals o survive to get a special attack and kill everybody ... And the everybody spawns back in we seconds. Boring and even more so on a touch screen interface and poor backgrounds.
The only nice thing is the Japanese voice.
Can't please everybody, I guess. Instead of ignoring positive reviews (which, if you think about it, is kind of stupid) you may want to read them more carefully to see if the game they described appeals to you.

In any event, sorry that you feel you wasted your money on my account.
07-12-2012, 04:46 PM
#97
Joined: Sep 2010
Location: World, now Belgium
Posts: 3,031
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Originally Posted by squarezero View Post
Can't please everybody, I guess. Instead of ignoring positive reviews (which, if you think about it, is kind of stupid) you may want to read them more carefully to see if the game they described appeals to you.

In any event, sorry that you feel you wasted your money on my account.
I was not referring to you ....
07-12-2012, 05:20 PM
#98
Joined: Dec 2008
Location: Salem, Massachusetts, USA
Posts: 10,913
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I was not referring to you ....
Carry on, then .
08-07-2012, 05:42 PM
#99
Game Impressions

I see that there are lots of comments on this one already.
Personally I think it has some stuff going for it, considering the epidemic of IAP pseudo-rpgs lately.

The dialogs / situations so far are somewhere between cheesy, amusing and/or interesting.

It always beats me that these 2D RPGs need to have(?) average graphics which is pretty much how I perceive it although it's almost catching up with iPad def. Besides, a lot of this stuff looks like so-so 3D renders but the maps aren't huge or anything so what's the need for that?

The battle system? Meeeh I guess I got nothing new to add, it's pretty wonky but I just done away with getting the hang of it and killing the first boss.
I think with some polish it could actually be very fun as it's got a... shmup feel to it, almost.

I'm just fond of it. But then bothering with adding a story and some characterization at all is a good way to get me into a game. Cliches aren't lacking but it's got some wit.

Nice that they re-added Japanese although the English dub isn't bad as it is and the tl *is* professional.

Doesn't rotate on my iPad which given the position of the dpad relative to headphone plug is... a pity. Plus it's non-compliant but nvm.

So... I like it but I can't help wishing there was better games around these days. Compare this with Crimson Gem Saga - arguably the controls aren't much better while there's not half the production value. So, anything other than the lack of competition to justify the price?

Creator of Antistar: Rising (3D adventure) and Darwin's nightmare (vertical shooter)
Working on: Game Degree Zero, Project Spectral and The Belated Antistar Sequel.
08-17-2012, 04:36 PM
Save File

Anyone know where the save file is located in the app directory of this game? I'm trying to back up all of my big save files for when i switch phones. And I can't seem to find an easily labeled .sav or .bin file anywhere!

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