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''Lost Sphear'' is a JRPG by Tokyo RPG Factory, the makers of ''VideoGame/IAmSetsuna''. It was published by Creator/SquareEnix and released on PC, UsefulNotes/PlayStation4, and the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch.

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''Lost Sphear'' is a JRPG [[EasternRPG JRPG]] by Tokyo RPG Factory, the makers of ''VideoGame/IAmSetsuna''. It was published by Creator/SquareEnix and released on PC, for [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]], UsefulNotes/PlayStation4, and the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch.
UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch on January 23rd, 2018.



Like ''I Am Setsuna'', the game features an ATB battle system similar to older ''Final Fantasy'' titles.

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Like ''I Am Setsuna'', the game features an ATB battle system similar to the older ''Final Fantasy'' titles.

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* ActionBomb: Some monsters attack mainly through blowing themselves up.


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* FetchQuest: Plenty of these are present during the game's latter half, when you backtrack to the once-explored areas.


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* OneHitKill: Some of the late-game enemies possess such attacks, including the FinalBoss.


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* TraversibleWorldMap: Played straight. It also features no RandomEncounters.

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* SamusIsAGirl: Commander Galdra turns out to be a woman.

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* LastSecondEndingChoice: Which ending you get is dependent on your choice after you beat the final boss.

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[[caption-width-right:350:Restore memories to save a fading world.]]


* {{Lunacy}}: The moon is said to have created the world, and plays an important role in the story [[spoiler:It's also the setting of the final boss fight and catalyst for the ending]].

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* {{Lunacy}}: The moon is said to have created the world, and plays an important role in the story as a whole. [[spoiler:It's also the setting of the final boss fight and catalyst for the ending]].

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* {{Lunacy}}: The moon is said to have created the world, and plays an important role in the story [[spoiler:It's also the setting of the final boss fight and catalyst for the ending]].


''Lost Sphear'' is a JRPG by the makers of ''VideoGame/IAmSetsuna''. It was released on PC, UsefulNotes/PlayStation4, and the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch.

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''Lost Sphear'' is a JRPG by Tokyo RPG Factory, the makers of ''VideoGame/IAmSetsuna''. It was published by Creator/SquareEnix and released on PC, UsefulNotes/PlayStation4, and the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch.


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* AndTheAdventureContinues: [[spoiler:Regardless of which ending you get, Kanata travels the world to restore everything that was forgotten]].


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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Both endings are this, though one is decidedly more bitter. In one, Lumina sacrifices herself to save the world, laving Kanata alone. In the other, Lumina doesn't sacrifice herself, but the moon will eventually collapse and destroy everyone]].


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* MultipleEndings: Depending on the choice you make after the final boss, the ending changes.
* YourDaysAreNumbered: [[spoiler:The ending where Lumina lives ends with the knowledge that eventually everyone will be doomed when the moon collapses]].


* AstralFinale: [[spoiler:The final boss fight takes place on the moon]].



* {{Lunacy}}: [[spoiler:The final boss fight takes place on the moon]].

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''Lost Sphear'' is a JRPG by the makers of ''VideoGame/IAmSetsuna''. It was released on PC, UsefulNotes/PlayStation4, and the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch.

The game revolves around memories, which shape the entire world. When someone or something is forgotten, the person, place, or thing fades from existence as if it had never been. When the hero, Kanata, learns he has the power to bring back forgotten things, he and his friends are tasked with restoring the lost world and stopping whatever causes things to disappear.

Like ''I Am Setsuna'', the game features an ATB battle system similar to older ''Final Fantasy'' titles.

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* DoomedHometown: Two for the price of one! The opening cutscene shows a king whose kingdom vanishes, and shortly after, Kanata's entire hometown vanishes.
* FadingAway: Once something is completely forgotten, it vanishes from existence. Kanata can somehow reverse these effects.
* {{Lunacy}}: [[spoiler:The final boss fight takes place on the moon]].
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