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Chained Echoes Switch NSP Free Download Unfitgirl

Chained Echoes Switch NSP Free Download

Chained Echoes Switch NSP Free Download Unfitgirl

Chained Echoes Switch NSP Free Download Unfitgirl If I had to pick a genre of video game I couldn’t live without, I’d probably have to choose turn-based RPGs. From Pokémon to Persona, these games have just been too big a part of my life to toss aside. It’s not just the classics I’d miss though, this year some of my favourite games have had turn-based combat. Jack Move is the perfect JRPG for those who didn’t have thirty hours to spare, Atelier Sophie 2 is the best game in a series well over twenty years old, and The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero finally brought a game to western audiences that was absolutely worth waiting for. It’s been a fantastic year for people who love a good RPG, which makes it all the more impressive that Chained Echoes is far and away the best of the bunch. On the continent of Valandis, a peaceful life is all but unheard of. The three kingdoms that occupy this fantasy world have been battling for supremacy for so long that most people live their whole lives in these times of conflict. When a mysterious magical explosion kills thousands all at once during a crucial battle, the kingdoms finally take a break from fighting and an age of peace begins. With rulers and generals who are still desperate to wipe out their long term enemies though, it’s hard to imagine the peace lasting long. Our main character Glenn is a mercenary, happy to fight for whichever kingdom that will have him with his band of buddies and hulking mech suit. At least that was the case until the day of the explosion. You see it was actually Glenn who accidentally caused this devastating disaster, thanks to a mysterious crystal that it turns out is a weapon of mass destruction. The guilt of killing his friends alongside thousands of others is clearly taking its toll on Glenn, so he decides he needs to dedicate his life to finding and getting rid of the crystal once and for all.Unfitgirl.COM SEXY GAMES

Chained Echoes Switch NSP Free Download Unfitgirl
Chained Echoes Switch NSP Free Download Unfitgirl

The story of Chained Echoes is frankly incredible, with believable characters, heart wrenching moments and relationships that are built throughout the epic adventure. Alongside Glenn you have a host of interesting allies like Lenne, a princess to one of the kingdoms who ditched the castle to see the world and is horrified by her brother’s lust for war. There’s also master thief Sierra who joins the gang to avoid capture from some baddies who she owes some cash, and ends up deciding that this cause is more important than a life of crime. Every single one of them has their own unique charm, and even the enemies you have to strike down have interesting backstories. Those enemies need striking down though, and that turn-based combat you know and love is the only way to do it. As you’d expect the four members of your team get to take turns swinging their weapons or using their skills on the enemy, but even from your first encounter the different abilities you can use make things interesting. Some characters have attacks that hit multiple enemies, others take advantage of the elements or apply hugely impactful buffs and nerfs. Each member of the team has a totally unique moveset that can be expanded and upgraded throughout the game, and because between every battle your health and tech points are restored you’re incentivised to go all out every time. The most interesting aspect of combat though is the Overdrive meter. This is displayed at the top of the screen at all times and when you use an ability builds up. You want the meter to reach the green section in the middle because you’ll deal way more damage and all your abilities will cost half the tech points.

Chained Echoes Fast paced turn-based battles.

But if you keep raising it past that it’ll go into the red and your party will take more damage and deal a pitiful amount back. To push the meter back down there are a few options at your disposal. You can defend, tag in one of your party members that’s sitting this one out, or use an ability highlighted in yellow to push the meter in the opposite direction. Managing the Overdrive Meter adds an extra layer of complexity to the combat, and means you’re not just using the same powerful abilities over and over again. Between fights you’ll have plenty of opportunity to level up your party by using grimoire shards. Instead of gaining experience in battle, you’re given these shards that provide your characters with a skill point and stat boosts at set points throughout the game (usually after boss fights). There are also Class Seals you can equip to raise certain stats and gain new abilities, and an in-depth weapon forging system that you can use to make your swords stronger by putting fuseable crystals in them. There’s no shortage of ways to make the team stronger, and before long you’ll be taking on enemy soldiers and wild wolves with ease. No matter how much you level up, you won’t be as powerful as a mech suit makes you. It takes many many hours to finally get access to your mech suits, and when you do combat is shaken up yet again. Firstly all the numbers are bigger (dealing thousands of damage at a time after thinking hitting for eighty is reasonable) but the Overdrive meter works differently too. To keep in the green this time you need to switch gears, because doing so makes all your abilities push the meter in a different direction.DARK SOULS II

Chained Echoes Switch NSP Free Download Unfitgirl
Chained Echoes Switch NSP Free Download Unfitgirl

Shifting gears also means you’ll take and deal different amounts of damage, so there’s a lot to think about in this different style of combat. It sounds complex, but they introduce mech combat at the perfect moment when you’re starting to feel like you’ve mastered everything. Many indie games nowadays attempt to capture the essence of retro old school 16-bit titles, but only a few are able to truly shine and stand out. Matthias Linda’s Japanese-inspired role playing game Chained Echoes not only pays immense homage to the games we played under the covers when we were kids, but also brilliantly embraces some modern mechanics while honoring old ones. Originally started as a Kickstarter back in 2019, this indie pixel turn based RPG created by a solo developer is finally releasing on all modern day platforms. I’ll just say it now: Chained Echoes starts off very slow and quite confusing, but stick with it. You play as several different characters, with different backgrounds and motivations, in various parts of the game world. The characters fatefully cross paths in a narrative set piece that ultimately forms your starter party for the rest of the game. The game is set on the continent of Valandis, where a raging war ensues among three kingdoms, and super cool advanced mech battle robots and dragons exist in the same reality. Since you end up gathering a team of multiple characters, there isn’t one central main one. But I guess you can say the “main” main character is Glenn, a red haired boy adopted into a group of mercenaries who just happens to also be an excellent mech pilot. He is accompanied by his mentor and friend Kylian as they venture out to find the source for a weapon of mass destruction.

Tons of items to be looted, stolen or crafted.

The other four characters in your party of six include the sly but kind hearted thief Sienna, an undercover princess Lenne and her bodyguard Robb, and a noble lord Victor. Matthias Linda has created a live and thriving fantasy steampunk world here with an incredible backdrop for a narrative filled to the brim with lore. Don’t worry, you’ll meet tons of characters that you can recruit into your party as the narrative progresses. Gameplay plays out in stereotypical turn-based fashion, where your party members and enemies take turns whacking each other. A nifty visual timeline is available to you at the top right hand corner of the screen that shows you whose turn is next. The game markets itself as one that features no random battle encounters because enemies can be seen running around on the field. While this is true for the most part, there are still some moments where enemies may pop out of nowhere and gank you, which pretty much equates to a random encounter. Some of the attack animations during combat can get dragged out and repetitive, especially after hours of gameplay, with no option to skip or fast forward through them. A nice quality of life feature is that battles feature seamless transitions, which seems to have taken inspiration from Chrono Trigger. Your party’s ultimate ability meter is also automatically filled when you enter a boss battle. Mech battles play out in similar fashion, with your mech suit containing its own unique set of moves and abilities. Even though Chained Echoes is inspired by many classic RPGs such as Xenogears and Suikoden 2, it introduces some outstanding elements that makes it stand out.Bot Gaiden Switch NSP

Chained Echoes Switch NSP Free Download Unfitgirl
Chained Echoes Switch NSP Free Download Unfitgirl

The Overdrive System, which adds a unique flavor to combat, forces you to balance out which skills to use during battle. An overdrive meter that slides left or right on the top left corner of the screen dictates whether you get benefits or detriments to your party members. Keep the meter in the green zone and you get perks such as increased damage dealt, reduced damage taken, and reduced cost for skill usage. Drag it over to the red zone and your party will overheat, resulting in significantly increased damage taken. Think of it like a thermometer, where certain skills bring it up and others lower it down. This mechanic represents how synced your team is and intuitively drives you to not spam the same abilities over and over again. Another fascinating system that the game uses is the tag team mechanic, allowing you to switch out party members on the fly during battle without using up a turn. This essentially means that you can have up to eight party members, four active and four in reserve, to strategize with during combat, opening up endless combinations and synchronizations. You can’t just swap any member out for another and instead must customize the formation of your team in the settings menu. The game also utilizes a “stagger” mechanic where an ally can get staggered by an enemy attack and be unable to move, forcing you to naturally switch them out for a reserve team member. Downed allies are automatically revived after the end of a combat scenario, as are all your health and stamina. This is a little surprising considering most turn based JRPGs don’t function in this way, as this pretty much renders consumable items useless and makes the game less challenging.

Customize your own airship.

Despite a number of high-profile failures over the years, Kickstarter has still managed to help fund a number of excellent games. Chained Echoes, successfully crowdfunded in 2019, looked like it had the potential to be another success, promising a “16-bit SNES style RPG” with a mix of mechs and magic. But does it manage to live up to that golden age of 2D JRPGs? Chained Echoes sees Glenn — a young mercenary skilled in piloting giant mechs known as Sky Armors — and a ragtag group made of various backgrounds and races, as they try to survive in the war-torn continent of Valandis. Your band of nobility, thieves, and the occasional beastman often finds themselves having to deal with the latest scheme being thought up by the story’s 3 main factions, taking you across the realm in search of answers. While the overall playable cast exceeds 10 party members, the core group generally consists of half of this. Some are available during the main story but don’t have too much impact on the narrative, while a few others are optional — you won’t even see them during cutscenes. Thankfully, Chained Echoes’ opening chapter gives you a decent amount of time to get to know the cast. You’ll jump between a number of them, detailing the events that take place before everyone ends up teaming up later down the line. Even after the short character introductions are over, the story still moves quickly. While there are moments of downtime, you’ll constantly be visiting new areas, meeting new people, and learning more about Valandis’ long history of conflict. As mentioned before, this brisk pace also unfortunately leads to some characters having little screen time.

They do get some scenes here and there, but they could have perhaps done with some side story chapters dedicated to them. Still, there’s enough intrigue to carry Chained Echoes’ 25+ hour story, with a lot of twists and turns during each act. I’d have liked some of the final story sections to have been fleshed out more (some story beats feel rushed by the end), though I’d say the story mostly manages to stick the landing overall. When it comes to exploration and combat, Chained Echoes does a lot to incorporate modern gameplay design while also keeping what you’d expect from an SNES-style RPG. Fast travel is available early on, but you’re still required to explore most of each area first. You also get access to a tracker that details how many unopened chests or other secrets are left to find on a map. Simple things like this don’t take away from its classic feel and are welcome ways to modernize things without going too far. The combat follows a similar pattern, taking familiar turn-based battles and adding a few twists here and there. Most notably, all battles start you with full HP and TP (the resource used for skills). Because of this, you’re able to use buffs and skill combinations freely, instead of just using basic attacks to save resources. It also allows Chained Echoes to throw harder regular encounters at you, something that can make the early hours somewhat rough if you aren’t paying attention. To attempt to stop you from just spamming the strongest skills each encounter, an “overdrive” system is present during all battles. This is represented by a bar split into orange, green, and red sections. To start with, all actions will make the marker on the bar move to the right until it reaches the green section.

Chained Echoes Switch NSP Free Download Unfitgirl
Chained Echoes Switch NSP Free Download Unfitgirl

From there, all skills have their TP cost halved, and certain types of skills also become highlighted. Using highlighted skills will make the marker go back, with the goal being to keep it in the green section of the bar. Having the marker go too far right will instead cause your characters to take increased damage, so it’s something you’ve always got to keep an eye on. Chained Echoes does a great job pushing you through its story by ending each of its 4 acts with moments that legitimately made my jaw drop. It wears its influences on its sleeve, but by mixing and matching otherwise familiar plot points, it ends up feeling like its own thing. The pacing is excellent throughout, and there’s barely any filler or fluff to drag the experience down. That’s not to say I don’t have any issues with Chained Echoes, however. While I liked the cast, with a ton of variety that each character brings into battle, I didn’t particularly love any specific character. Each non-optional party member has an arc and grows throughout the story, but the optional party members don’t get the same treatment. I understand why: they’re optional, so they can’t have too big of an impact on the story in a game of this scope. They get their side quest and a few bits of dialogue here and there, but otherwise, they’re just along for the ride. A great party does a lot for me in JRPGs, and while the one in Chained Echoes is good, it just isn’t up there with some of my fondest parties in the genre. I also would’ve loved a glossary for all the characters, locations, and terminology I encountered. Chained Echoes’ story has lots of moving parts, and I had difficulty recalling some of the characters I’d met. It’s odd that this doesn’t exist because there’s an in-depth bestiary and a journal keeping information about each step of your quest.MotoGP20

Add-ons (DLC): Chained Echoes Switch NSP

NSP Format  Steam Sub 426184 Steam Sub 751238 for Beta Testing
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7 or newer
Processor: Dual Core Processor
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Radeon R9 200 or equal
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 900 MB available space

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: MacOS 10.15 Catalina
Processor: Dual Core Processor
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce 780 or equal
Storage: 900 MB available space


  1. Open the Start menu (Windows ‘flag’ button) in the bottom left corner of the screen.
  2. At the bottom of the Start menu, type Folder Options into the Search box, then press the Enter key.
  3. Click on the View tab at the top of the Folder Options window and check the option to Show hidden files and folders (in Windows 11, this option is called Show hidden files, folders, and drives).
  4. Click Apply then OK.
  5. Return to the Start menu and select Computer, then double click Local Disk (C:), and then open the Program Files folder. On some systems, this folder is called ‘Program Files(x86)’.
  6. In the Program Files folder, find and open the folder for your game.
  7. In the game’s folder, locate the executable (.exe) file for the game–this is a faded icon with the game’s title.
  8. Right-click on this file, select Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab at the top of the Properties window.
  9. Check the Run this program as an administrator box in the Privilege Level section. Click Apply then OK.
  10. Once complete, try opening the game again


  1. First you will need YUZU Emulator. Download it from either Unfitgirl, .. Open it in WinRar, 7ZIP idk and then move the contents in a folder and open the yuzu.exe.
  2. There click Emulation -> Configure -> System -> Profile Then press on Add and make a new profile, then close yuzu
    Inside of yuzu click File -> Open yuzu folder. This will open the yuzu configuration folder inside of explorer.
  3. Create a folder called “keys” and copy the key you got from here and paste it in the folder.
  4. For settings open yuzu up Emulation -> Configure -> Graphics, Select OpenGL and set it to Vulkan or OpenGL. (Vulkan seems to be a bit bad atm) Then go to Controls and press Single Player and set it to custom
  5. Then Press Configure and set Player 1 to Pro Controller if you have a controller/keyboard and to Joycons if Joycons. Press Configure and press the exact buttons on your controller After you’re done press Okay and continue to the next step.
  6. Download any ROM you want from Unfitgirl, .. After you got your File (can be .xci or .nsp) create a folder somewhere on your PC and in that folder create another folder for your game.
  7. After that double-click into yuzu and select the folder you put your game folder in.
  8. Lastly double click on the game and enjoy it.

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