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Seto is a young boy that is extremely special; he may be the last human being alive on the planet. In a post-apocalyptic world that’s covered in fog and lost its light, he searches abandoned cities tirelessly with a flashlight in hopes of finding other humans, any human. As Seto searches through these eerily calm and beautiful ruins of a civilization lost, he comes across a mysterious girl named Ren, who quickly scurries away from him despite possibly being the only other living human in the world. As he struggles to be reunited with Ren and search for other survivors, he must fight off the ghosts and demons that haunt this forsaken land while also piecing together the mystery of what brought about the disappearance of all mankind. Fragile: Farewell Ruins of the Moon is the latest creation from tri-Crescendo, the acclaimed development team behind Eternal Sonata. It is an emotional tale about a boy alone in a post-apocalyptic world, and the high production values behind the gorgeous graphics and moody soundtrack really draw the player into the story of possibly being the only human being left on a deserted world. The game focuses on exploration and adventure, with light RPG elements.
- Players enjoy a mix of exploration-adventure gameplay, with light RPG elements such as inventory management, character leveling and varied attacks, added into the mix.
- The game?s focus is on human drama as a boy wanders a lonely post-apocalyptic world in search of answers and companionship.
- High production values bring the desolate but eerily beautiful world to life as lighting reflects realistically off environments to show all the minor details of a previously inhabited land.
- A haunting and inspired soundtrack help convey the full range of emotions of utter despair to finding small victories even when it appears all is lost.
- The Wii Remote is used as a flashlight and also as a proximity sensor to track invisible ghosts, while Seto's movements are controlled using the attached nunchuk's analog stick.