Another Eden for Windows 7/8/8.1/10/XP/Vista/MAC OS/Laptop
Another Eden is a game which explores the theme of traveling through time. The storyline was written by Masato Kato who is known for the stellar work that he did on Final Fantasy VII and Chrono Trigger which is a popular anime series. This is how you know that Another Eden’s story will tug on your heartstrings.
Another Eden represents a return to old-school JRPG gameplay. A casual stroll through the world’s universe is likely to get you involved in random fights with monsters and goblins. The map is very extensive and exploring all of its hidden crannies is exciting.
Players of Final Fantasy will recognize a similar vibe in this game. All you really have to do is explore the map while taking out baddies and accumulating as many experience points as possible.
Players can explore many sections of the map but the main gameplay is pretty linear. This is because it is primarily story driven and too many side quests would be more distractive than anything else. You can still opt to go on those side quests if you really need to pick up some extra EXP.
Like many recently released RPGs, players can use the Gacha system to choose their players. The heroes vary according to rarity and the primary differences in their classes can be seen in the upgrade trees that you’ll use EXP to unlock. Sadly, the number of upgrade options on the skill tree and in the crafting system are rather limited so you won’t spend much time thinking about them.
Graphics and Sound
The characters are designed in anime-style and the game plays out in a 2.5D setting. You can probably get a more detailed form of gameplay out of a mobile game however the art style and the way that the game is presented work well together. The different enemies that you face in different zones match their surroundings well.
Time-travelling is a big theme for this game so the surroundings can change quite drastically. For example, you might start out trekking through fantasy forests before being transported to a bustling futuristic city. Whatever the setting, the soundtrack is always appropriate.
Another Eden was created by a man who specializes in delivering great stories and it shows in how engaging the storyline is. Players will also be fond of the return to classic JRPG gameplay.
The controls are basic and easy to learn so players new to the genre will be able to slot right in.
Great storyline, but the gameplay is not especially great.
Another Eden is one of those games that die-hard gamers will love to try but it won’t win any awards among the mainstream crowd. The auto-save feature is a smart addition because it allows players to enjoy the game for extended spells without worrying about tracking their progress.
Pay attention to the story if you want to enjoy this game to its max. Developing the characters and taking on the bosses are engaging enough but you don’t want to miss out on the best part.
How To Play/Download Another Eden on PC
Follow the instructions below, it’s really easy and it takes about 5-10 minutes to run the game.
- Download Bluestacks from their official site
- Run and Install it
- Open the bluestacks app and setup your Google Play Store with your Gmail, sometime it asks for phone verification
- After that search for “Another Eden”
- Click the Install button next to game icon
- When it’s done, you can find and play Another Eden in “All Apps” or in “My Applications” sections
Download Another Eden for Mobile and Tablet Devices
Google Play Store Link
Apple App Store Link
Another Eden Trailer
More Another Eden Tips Using Bluestacks
- If Bluestacks don’t work for you for some reason, you can try Andyroid
- Sometimes when playing Another Eden, bluestacks ask you fee to pay but gives you option to download some apps. Every time it asks you just select “Install apps” and continue using it free.
- You can configure your keys inside bluestacks. You can map specific key to specific location. And there is options for tilt, swipe, tap, move up/down/right/left…etc
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