Cosmic Star Heroine Crack/Patch

Cosmic Star Heroine 3 exotic planets to explore. Aliens. Robots. Magic. Forbidden technology. Ruined Worlds. Ghosts. Long-lost secrets. Conspiracies. A galactic threat. And one brave heroine to make things right.

Download Cosmic Star Heroine Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 79 / 100
User rating
6.8
Downloads 1280
Genre Console-style RPG, Role-Playing, Japanese-Style
Company / Developer
Zeboyd Games / Zeboyd Games

Cosmic Star Heroine reviews ( 5 )

Dokiir, Apr 17, 2017

It seems to me that the other people who "reviewed" this game, are the same two that have been badgering other forum members on the games steam forum, and verbally abusing the developers since day one. I'm going to counter some of the blatantly abusive and out-on-some-vendetta "reviews" from these other users, since it's not fair really, and they don't seem to care if they damage a small two-man teams reputation or not, as long as they can swing their angry stick around for a bit. The game has bugs, and glitches, yes, it's also not polished, least not as much as it should be. That said, it's not a cash-in, it's a heartfelt, and well thought out game, that harks back to an era that makes my nostalgic muscles twitch to no end. Phantasy Star, Lunar, Chrono Trigger, Suikoden. I could keep listing, if you've been around for long enough, or haven't but still loved these games, this game is for you, no question about it. The battle system is excellent; interesting to work with, at Heroine difficulty (the 3rd of the 4, which I recommend playing it on) - it really pushes you to think a few moves ahead with each character, and as a whole team, to ultimately get extremely satisfying results once you figure out that tactic for each fight. It's not just the boss fights that are interesting, every fight is, and as you progress, level up, get more gear and get wiser, you enjoy it more, you're rewarded for being a good player and a tactician in the field of battle. I love it. The characters are charming, with a zany sense of humor that is reminiscent of that in the Lunar series. Zeboyd know how to handle subtle references, and they know how to handle humor, so there are a few good times I've both smiled and laughed out loud. There's a wealth of NPCs with funny tidbits here and there to share, as well as being useful for tips on battle, items, techniques, and quest clues. It's all in the world around you, you just need to look. The resolution at 1920x1080 is NOT blurry - i'm playing on a 43" TV at 1080 and it looks terrific, so I can wholeheartedly say that's not true at all. I've not had any stages where my game save has become corrupt, nearly 16 hours in now and I've not encountered any bugs, actually. That said, they're there, I've spoken to others, and I've seen them. However the developers have patched since these other rancid reviews were posted, and are working to another patch extremely soon. Rather than slate the developers in to the ground, these users could have reported the bugs, yes stil be annoyed because a buggy game is an annoying game, but at the very least communicate that frustration to the developers. They're not trying to get away with anything, they're 4 years in on a labor of love and they could have used more time, yes, but they didn't have it, so whatever small bugs are being encountered, and big ones, they've tackled most of them already and are weeding out the remainders. The story is good, characters are charming, the artwork is fantastic and the overall aesthetic will pull you in if you've a nostalgic bone in your body. At an estimated 15-20 hours gameplay, for the price of $14.99 (currently $11.99 for another 24 hours I think) you cannot ask for better value for money. People raging on this game at the loud minority, and I only wish people who have played and enjoyed the game thoroughly would speak up for their experiences, both good and bad, but at some way to support the vision of CSH and the development team, tiny a team as it is. If you're not sure, watch some playthrough of it on youtube, but if you are liking it, stop watching, and go grab it, to avoid spoilers.

Nhale, Jan 15, 2018

Seeing so few reviews about this game is really sad! I must say, it's not the best game possible, it has some nasty bugs and twice it crashed when i played it, but I truly think this is a wonderful game, it has likable characters, with different and unique playstyles. The soundtrack is amazing, really immersive. The art is retro and really when done. The battle system goes by turns , has its own gimmicks and is enjoyable, but can became quite repetitive as you play, also, it can become really easy as you learn how to do better combos with your pc. As for the game story, i must say it's not a strong point in the game, but it's pretty solid and not bad at all. I think i spent about 60hrs on this game and it was a very good work!

trygamersreview, Apr 22, 2017

Cosmic Star Heroine suffers from repetitive combat. On the good side, Cosmic Star Heroine is a well crafted classic 16bit game with a solid storyline. - TryGamers

somedude14, Apr 14, 2017

Rushed, buggy and untested. Should be marked as an early access title, but for some reason, isn't. Some features (like achievements) won't be worked in until a later date. And this is considered a gold release? What I heard of the soundtrack was good, hence the two, but even the art gets blurry at 1920x1080, a modern HD resolution, because the pixels weren't even drawn for such a high resolution (keep in mind this has been a standard resolution for almost a full decade now). If you're running a 4k monitor, expect this to look even worse. This is just a terrible attempt at a cash-in. Newsflash: You can't get away with that when you're still this small!

SquishyAstronau, Apr 15, 2017

"A delayed game is eventually good, but a rushed game is forever bad." This game screams "Our bank account is running low, release the game now!" Blatant bugs, missing features, constant crashes and an overall terrible user experience. I mean, the game 'closes' when you change the display resolution. Apparently that is intended behaviour, but the developer could not be bothered to even give you a confirmation screen asking for confirmation and informing the player of what is going on. Further, after playing four hours, my save file became corrupted and failed to load. And since I'm past the two hour refund window on Steam, that's cold hard cash burnt in the firepit. I don't want to replay the buggy mess again, despite the gameplay being favourable and fun. Zeboyd Games should have delayed this release and dealt with these blatant issues. This mediocrity should not be tolerated from an established developer, regardless if they have a handful of staff or a full team.