RPG Chroma Quaternion Review – Take on Adventure through Pixel Art Style JRPG
Updated: January 12, 2021

RPG Chroma Quaternion Review – Take on Adventure through Pixel Art Style JRPG

RPG Chroma Quaternion
RPG Chroma Quaternion

A quest around four kingdoms, colored by the seasons!

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RPG Chroma Quaternion is the latest JRPG published by famous company KEMCO who has created so many solid JRPGs for mobile. You can download RPG Chroma Quaternion for free on Android and iOS now.

Explore the world through four seasons

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The story starts from a small village called Furyu where a massive earthquake strikes heavily bringing everyone into a panic. A young man Ark and Princess Eara encounter each other by coincidence and together explore the world to uncover the secret behind the earthquakes.

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In the world map you can find four different kingdoms, Spree, Sama, Otam and Wint, each representing a different season. And the monsters in each kingdom are typical in respective season. The graphics in RPG Chroma Quaternion is pixelized nothing special comparing to other JRPG style mobile games, but it is good enough to let me enjoy wondering around though mountains to dungeons.

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You can use the teleport magic in the world map to warp to the locations you have been to, which is quite efficient when you want to escape from dungeons or when you doing the quests through different kingdoms.

Join turn-based battles to level up

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Fighting in RPG Chroma Quaternion is quite easy as it is turn-based auto battle system. There are up to 4 characters in each battle and they can unleash different skill and effects depending on their roles. After each battle, your characters’ HP will be fully recharged so there is no need to use potions to recover their HP.

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You can see two amazing skills called Act Skip and Act Over. When you unleash Act Skip, you can skip your own turn and save up an Arc Orb. And Act Over will consume a bunch of Arc Orbs to perform continuous actions during your turn or saved up to inflict more damage at once.

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In RPG Chroma Quaternion you can the Guardian Pillar to switch the Enemy Encounter Rate from None, Half, Normal, 2x to the highest rate 10x. If you don’t want to fight while exploring, you can simply set the rate to None or Half to make your adventure peaceful. But if you want to focus on grinding you can switch to higher enemy encounter rate.

Take on quests to get more rewards

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Other than processing through the main story, you can also take on quests from the regular residents you come across. They will ask you to do them a favor, and give you rewards in return if you complete the quest. And you can get three free pins in the roulette wheel section every day for special items.

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In case you lost the progress data and forced to be start all over again, you can save the current status so you can load from where you left the next time you play it.

Conclusion

Although RPG Chroma Quaternion doesn’t make any advanced changes in the JRPG style graphics, characters and gameplay, it still delivers the classic JRPG aesthetics that is fun and easy to play for everyone. Adding Act Skip system in the turn based auto-battles also brings more excitement to the gaming experience. Overall, RPG Chroma Quaternion is a solid mobile game for players looking for retro-style JRPG.

Features:

Pros:

  • Act Skip and Act Over system in battles
  • Old-school graphic design

Cons:

  • Plain plots and storyline
  • No revolution in the art and character design