Playing Fairune Collection On The Nintendo Switch

Rachel Mii | DoubleJump.comHappy Thursday!

I’ve received a review copy of the Fairune Collection on the Nintendo Switch, courtesy of Pure Nintendo. It was a fun, quick game and I wrote a review for it for Pure Nintendo, but here are some quick thoughts on it.

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Fairune is an RPG that was originally released on the Nintendo 3DS. Though, I’ll be honest, I’ve never heard of the games before now. I’m a fan of RPGs and was excited to give this game a try.

Fairune Collection for the Nintendo Switch contains Fairune, Fairune 2, a prequel game, and an unlockable spin-off game. I was surprised that they released all the games in one pack for less for $10, but when I started playing I realized that it was a good price for the four games.

They’re very short and honestly, I wouldn’t classify them as RPGs. There’s no battle mechanics at all – you get a sword and literally step on the enemies squishing them into the ground in the over world. It’s certainly not what I expected, but it wasn’t bad either. I actually didn’t mind it.

The majority of the game play is collecting certain items and solving puzzles to progress. Despite the puzzles, they’re pretty straightforward so this is a casual, semi-mindless game.

Again, it’s not at all what I expected and the games are super quick to get through (the first game took me a total of 2.5 hours) but they’re relaxing. I can’t see myself playing through the games again, but the first time around is a treat.

Have you played Fairune on the Nintendo Switch? What are your thoughts on the game? Let me know in the comments below!

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