Fuga: Melodies of Steel

Get Fuga: Melodies of Steel

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Fuga: Melodies of Steel

Get the Fuga: Melodies of Steel


The game is available on Steam and Epic Games for $39.99. You can also purchase a bundle that includes all Deluxe Edition Bonuses, such as an 80-page digital art book with arts for the game, 15 songs from the original soundtrack. In-game bonuses include custom swimwear costumes, a set of items, and a dummy soul for the Soul Cannon.
According to HowLongtoBeat, it takes 18 hours to complete the main story, around 24 hours for the main story, and extras. These are the average stats, so your walkthrough may take a bit less or up to 19-30 hours if you don’t rush to complete it and explore the universe meticulously. All branches take up to 64 hours.
It’s a classic RPG game with a lot of exciting dialogs and multiple story branches. The plot and the ending heavily depend on the solutions you take, even though all of them are taken within a relatively small space inside a moving tank. There are 12 characters, and all their fates depend on your choices.
The artist behind all the artworks of the game is Tokitsu Yusuke, who’s also known for his awesome visuals for Asura’s Wrath and the remaster of Contra, Contra ReBirth for iOS and Android. The author of the soundtrack is Chikayo Fukuda, who also worked on Tails’ Skypatrol and many anime series, including Naruto.
It’s a surprisingly demanding game, considering its mostly 2D visuals. You need a 64-bit Windows PC with AMD Phenom II X4 or Intel Core i3 CPU, 4GB RAM, Radeon HD 6870, 1 GB / GeForce GTX 460, 768 MB, and 3GB of storage space to play on minimal settings and medium resolution. 3GB VRAM is required for high settings.
Players have different points of view on which ending is true, but most of them agree that completing a game without using the soul cannon can bring you to the true ending. You can also try to unlock all the gears to reveal a short secret prologue movie that sheds some more light on the story.
Yes, fortunately, the game has already been ported to PlayStation4, PlayStation5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. You can also use a controller to play it on your computer if you want, but the support is partial.
No, the game is available only for money on Steam, Epic Games Store, and all console marketplaces. We highly recommend you avoid downloading it from sources that offer it for free as they may infect your computer with malware. You should also not violate copyright laws and pay for content to support the developer.
The game will probably be available for sale during the upcoming 2021-2022 winter holiday season. We’ve also noticed it for a lower price during Black Friday. You can also search the web for discount coupons for Steam, Epic Games Store, or your console marketplace.
The content of the game by the ESRB is rated “Teen,” which means that it’s suitable for children who are 13 or older. That’s because of mild fantasy war scenes, emotionally intense plot, and somewhat crude humor. You can let younger kids play it too, but parental control is advised.