Its an exciting day for Fruitbat Factory, as they announce that Lionheart will be releasing on Steam at the end of this month. On July 31st, the Japanese fantasy RPG will hit the PC platform as Leon Lionheart and his crew traverse the depths of a magical labyrinth.
Developed by Shiisanmei, Lionheart presents a game that runs between 50-100 hours as a beautifully illustrated RPG. Players assume the role of the youth known as Leon Lionheart, who like his father, is an adventurer looking to explore the Libra Corridor. Meanwhile, the Justicar Maria Sinkirk finds Leon during an investigation of the corridor, and forces a partnership between the two. This duo will be joined by nun Emma and ex-mercenary Orsin, as they head to discover the secrets of the hidden dungeon.
The game itself features over 10 playable characters, with over 100 different monster types to go up against. If you find yourself struggling, or fancy more of a challenge, there are three difficulty options to choose from with Casual, Normal and Heroic. There is also Monster art to check out, as well as an upgraded interface upgraded for the Steam version of Lionheart.
Head to the Fruitbat Factory YouTube channel for a look at the English version of Lionheart’s opening. In the Steam version, there’s also trading cards, Cloud support and achievements to indulge in. The gae will cost $19.99, and is now available at a 25% off pre-order deal on the Fruitbat Factory store.