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Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes Main Story Length Revealed

The main story length in 505 Games and Rabbit and Bear Studios’ upcoming role-playing game, Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes, has been revealed.

The latest weekly issue of Famitsu (via) features a review for Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes, in which it is revealed that completing the game’s main story length is about 40 hours. Additionally, it is mentioned that the doing all the side activities alongside the main story will take over 100 hours. The game ha received individual scores of 8, 8, 10, 7, and collectively 33/40.

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Furthermore, the Famitsu review states that Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes states that it beautifully blends 2D and 3D graphics. It also praises the creative event battles and the enjoyable base building. The review further states that encounters with enemies are infrequent, making it difficult to level up. The battles themselves are said to be quite challenging. Additionally, it is mentioned that the classic JRPG style feels somewhat cumbersome in modern times. The flow of gameplay is reminiscent of old-school RPGs, with loading before and after battles, inability to speed up battles, and dungeons with backtracking. That said, there are exciting elements scattered throughout the experience for fans of the genre. Lastly, it is stated in the review that the main story takes about 40 hours to clear, with over 100 hours needed when including side content.

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes is directed and produced by Yoshitaka Murayama, who is known for creating Konami’s Suikoden series. The game is often referred to as a spiritual successor. While he directed Suikoden, Suikoden II and Suikoden III, he left Konami in 2002 before the release of the latter. The crowdfunding campaign for Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes was conducted on Kickstarter. It surpassed its base funding requirements within 3 to 4 hours on July 27, 2020, raising over $4.5 million from 46,307 backers. This made it the third highest funded video game in Kickstarter history, behind Shenmue III and Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night.

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