Rakuen Crack/Patch

Rakuen Rakuen is a story-based adventure game about a little Boy who becomes bored with living in a hospital, and eventually asks his mother if she'll escort him to the fantasy world from his favorite storybook. Throughout the game, the Boy begins to learn more about the patients who live around him. They each have their own secrets and struggles that are mysteriously tied to the strange hospital. In helping those around him, the Boy deals with questions about empathy, hope, and what it means to leave behind a legacy by coming to terms with his own story.

Download Rakuen Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 86 / 100
User rating
8.4
Downloads 1354
Genre Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Laura Shigihara / Laura Shigihara

Rakuen reviews ( 7 )

Kgxkwk, Jun 9, 2017

Amazing soundtrack and touching story line, perfect balance of warmness and sadness, Feels overloaded in many points, some people like me, are expected to cry. 7 hours of fun, worth taking it whole in one go for maximum experience!

Alron1, May 10, 2017

Incredible soundtrack, but that's to be expected from Laura Shigihara. It might have been because of the To The Moon nostalgia, but I loved the game. The story is captivating, even more than "A Bird Story". I recommend this title to anyone who values the story and the soundtrack more than graphics and gameplay.

TazHayashi, Jul 1, 2017

A beautiful game that disguises itself as a children's story, but in reality touches upon some deeply mature themes (dementia, spousal/child abuse, racism, loss, etc.). The part I found the most remarkable, was how much the game made me feel as though I was looking at all of these themes through the eyes of a child. I experienced a sense of wonder, vigilance, fear, loneliness, humor, and everything in between; all the while getting to know a cast of very interesting characters. The writing was very effective in that each character, each news clipping, each narrative element felt as though it had its own distinct and realistic voice. Even the most obscure NPCs had entertaining dialogue worthy of being read. The soundtrack is excellent; some tracks are complex and mysterious (Spirit Envoy, The Keepers), some are bittersweet and perfectly simple to match their purpose (My Little Girl, Yours). The puzzles are cleverly intertwined with the gameplay and narrative (when I realized the meaning behind the anagram puzzle in Gemma's section, I got chills). In reality, I would rate this game a 9 or 9.5 because of the limitations that come with rpg maker (which I believe the game was made in). You can't change the screen resolution from 640 x 480, controller support is just alright, etc. However, none of these things actually detracted from the overall experience. The reason I gave the game a 10 (as opposed to a 9 or 9.5) is because I've found that user rating on Metacritic seems to be quite binary. 10 means you recommend the game, 0 means you don't (or that you're trying to lower the overall score by giving a more drastic, but unfair rating). I think this is a good reason Metacritic should implement a thumbs up/thumbs down system and display the percentage of users who recommend the game, as it's a more accurate reflection of how the population has received the game.

inverse42, May 18, 2017

With a beautiful and touching story, and a soundtrack that brings the whole world to life, Rakuen is a wonderful game that I would recommend to anyone interested in a good story!

ShionaBlackheid, May 29, 2017

The game is simply amazing. The characters are remarkable, every one of them especially onion. This world created by Laura feels so warm and entertaining. I'm glad that I was able to experience this story, I think it's impossible to ever forget what you saw there, once you entered Rakuen.

leeblehunter, Jun 24, 2017

An excellent indie game that has an amazing soundtrack. The story is transcendental and is guaranteed to make you cry. And the artwork is top notch. You can't go wrong with Rakuen.

Scia, Jul 1, 2017

I'm actually rating this higher than it felt like for me for an interesting reason: the way the game tries to convey emotions doesn't work for me, but many people have reported that it DOES work. I can't say I know for sure why this is the case, but it apparently is. I doubt I'm the only person like this, so I'll say that it might not impact you the way it's intended, and it might come across as a little blah. But for most people, it should be quite the experience. Even without that kind of experience, I do find it a cute game with a good soundtrack. Far from perfect, but still enjoyable, and still very good for a developer's first published game.