Tanzia

Publisher: Arcanity
Developer: Arcanity Inc.
Release Date (US): 2018-07-19
Type: Action RPG
Tags / Compare to: Open-World
Game File Size: 657MB
Players: 1 Player
Game Length (Avg): 10 hours ($2 / hour)
Length & cost per hour are subjective to play style
eShop: eShop Page
Website: Official Website
Twitter / Hashtag: @PlayTanzia
ESRB: E 10+
Views: 1046 (0 today)
OpenCritic Score: 61.3 (Based on Switch Reviews)

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Game Description

Unravel the mystery of your grandfather's disappearance while preventing a terrible evil from destroying your island home.

Years ago, your grandfather disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Before leaving, he sent you into hiding on Volcano Island. Now older, you've been set free by your guardian and mentor Abenaki to follow the mystery... but is Abenaki telling you everything?

Tanzia is a single-player RPG that combines fast-paced strategic combat with elements of favorite classic RPGs in an open 3D world of magic and monsters.
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2018-07-19$19.99
2018-06-27$16.99


SwitchRPG Staff Reviews

Tanzia Review by Meatballsub
Posted on July 11, 2018 (968 Views)


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Review: Tanzia (Nintendo Switch) via Digitally Downloaded

There is a point where a homage becomes a flat-out copy, and sadly, Tanzia simply doesn't seem to care that it's so brazen in its "influences."

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Tanzia (Switch) Review via NintendoWorldReport

Tanzia is a fine game for people looking for a light action-RPG that engages the player with its simplicity. The story beats are interesting but the combat, music, and quest design are largely uninspired. In so many words, Tanzia could use a little more time in the alchemy cauldron.

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[Beyond PlayStation] Tanzia Review via PS4Blog.net

Tanzia is a good game on Nintendo Switch, with polished and colorful graphics, a solid story and plenty of content to enjoy. It pays homage to the open world design of games such as World of Warcraft, and the gameplay mechanics and feel of the 3D entries in The Legend of Zelda series (pre-Breath of the Wild), for a game that in the end does its own thing and that you should definitely check out on Nintendo Switch.

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Review: Tanzia (Switch eShop) via Nintendo Life

There's a lot to like about Tanzia. It's an indie game that's set its ambitions high, boasting DNA from action-RPGs, 3D platformers and more. It's very much a throwback to a time when those genres were very different beasts, but it's a love letter riddled with many of the problems modern iterations have shed. However, if you can look past the fact it often looks and plays like an HD remaster, you'll find some creative monster designs and a fantastical world bursting with heartfelt charm.

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Review: Tanzia (Switch) via Nintendojo

In looking at Tanzia as a whole, there's no question that this game is a labor of love for the two principal developers, a fact most evident during the closing credits. It's also a game that left this reviewer wishing there was more: more spells, more potions, more places to explore, and more plotline, both in terms of the characters already introduced and the wider world of the game.

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Comments

16bitSwitch
July 18, 2018 08:50:44 AM
@Xatres17 Yes definitely I love that, if I could have vanilla wow on my switch... this will probably be as close as I can get.
Jeremy Rice
June 28, 2018 09:30:37 AM
Anyone else getting some strong WoW vibes from this trailer? Those tiki huts are straight out of Dorutar.

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