Developed by Nippon Ichi Software, the people famous for the Disgaea series, ‘Warui Ousama to Rippa na Yuusha’ was released for the Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch consoles in Japan on June 24, 2021. There are plans to localize it from Nippon Ichi’s American division early in 2022. This review is based on the original Japanese release.
How the tale came to be
This is translated by me from the homepage of the game….
“The world was ruled by the very powerful Dragon King. However, a single brave young Hero crushed said rule. ‘I don’t exactly want to kill you,’ the hero said to the Dragon King. The hero clipped one of its horns which was the source of its power and let it go. Afterwards, the hero later goes to speak with the isolated Dragon King who was left to heal its own wounds. While spending several days with the Dragon King, of which had a terrifying disposition, it slowly became friendly. The Hero and the Dragon King became good friends before they knew it. One day, the Hero was gravely injured and went to visit the Dragon King. ‘Before I die, I want you to raise my daughter into a fine person in my stead.’ In his hands, he was holding a small baby.“
The free-spirited protagonist of the story, Yuu
Basics for non-Japanese speakers
Allow me to break down and translate some of the menus to possibly help those who want to play the Japanese version without wanting to wait for the full English version which should be out early 2022. Since this is an RPG, you would be missing out on story so it is completely understandable for those who want to wait.
The year is 1970. The Cold War, surprisingly enough, has ended without an open conflict. All thanks to the Dome: a sensational technological marvel. It allowed the human civilization to achieve incredible scientific progress, bypassing decades of research. But, controlling the Dome comes with its own set of issues and concerns: this is where we come in…
Triangle Strategy, produced by Tomoya Asano (Octopath Traveler and Bravely Default) and published by Square Enix/Nintendo, is a traditional strategy role-playing game (SRPG) with a unique setting. Political tensions escalate between the three mighty nations, under the lingering shadow of a recently-ended war. The argument is over who gets to control the vital natural resources.