Eyougame has a large roster of fantasy role-playing games in its collection. The China-based game development studio has produced more than 200 game titles where most of which fall into the same fantasy category. Some of their biggest titles include Light Chaser, Astral Fable, Gaia Odyssey, and of course, the Yokai Tamer which is considered the most commercially successful game from their recent offerings. Miko Era: Twelve Myths is one of the studio’s latest additions. It is a fantasy RPG that follows the story of extraordinary beings called “Miko”. These so-called Mikos represent the Chinese Zodiacs and your goal is to train them all to unleash their full potential. If you are an avid fan of RPGs (especially fast-paced ones), Miko Era: Twelve Myths is surely a great fit for your taste.
Mike Era Gameplay
The mechanics of this RPG are very simple and easily manageable. Similar to the majority of mobile RPGs developed and published by Eyougame, Miko Era is a fast-paced RPG that highlights a lot of automated features. It means that this game doesn’t involve heavy grinding as most classic RPGs have. Players no longer need to spend too much time on a single area or battling with certain types of enemies for a long period of time just to get enough resources and experience. The game, however, has two modes; Automated and Manual. Automated Mode is the type of gameplay that works even with minimal player interaction. It comes with an auto-path and auto-quest system where all you need to do is to tap and agree to progress.
The Manual mode, on the other hand, requires players to use the virtual joystick to navigate and use the tap-based buttons when engaging in combat. Like most RPGs, the game starts with character selection. The game comes with four characters to choose from, including a Swordsman, Takehime, Lancer, and Archer. Each gender-fixed character will vary depending on the type of weapon they wield and their basic attributes. After choosing your character, the game prompts you immediately to the city where your journey will start to take place.
Shikigami and Quest System
As the game progresses, you will be able to unlock many features. One of the game’s core features is the Shikigami. These are fantasy creatures that you can use as a mounting system. They can help you reach places relatively faster. Aside from the companionship, shikigami will act as pets. They also have different skills that you can eventually upgrade to improve their attributes and make them more efficient in battles. As you progress, you will be able to obtain more Shikigamis along the way and you can train them to unleash their full potential.
Like any role-playing game, Quests will play a crucial role in Miko Era. This is where you complete the storyline. Each successful quest will grant players different rewards. These can be in the form of virtual currency, armor, suits, and weapons. The main character can also be upgraded to drastically improve both their basic and ultimate attributes. In addition to that, you can also customize their costumes to make them more visually appealing. Each character also has a skill tree that you can upgrade to make them more efficient and effective in battles.
Appearance-wise, Miko Era: Twelve Myths is an absolute visual delight. Most of Eyougame’s works feature its signature anime-style art and Miko Era is not too far from these masterpieces. It features beautiful and diverse character designs. In addition to its adorable characters, the game also takes you to an immersive 3D map that you can freely explore. These remarkable visuals are also accompanied by a well-fitting piece of music that will send you into a nice fantasy mood. To make your character look more unique, the game allows you to obtain different costumes, so you can put your own personal touch on your hero.
Overall, Miko Era is another well-polished RPG from Eyougame. While everything in this game is considerably formulaic, especially if you have been playing RPG for quite a long time, Miko Era is still good enough to provide a decent fantasy RPG experience. However, if you are into heavy grinding, the simplicity of this game may not suit you well. The game is also constantly being updated with seasonal and limited-time events to follow. If you are up for a thrilling fantasy adventure, feel free to explore Miko era: Twelve Myths and see what else this RPG has to offer. Good luck and have fun!
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