Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale Crack/Patch

Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale Recettear is the story of an item shop, the girl who lives in it, and the fairy who turned her life upside down. Recette Lemongrass finds herself in charge of an item shop built into her house, in order to pay back a loan her father took and then skipped out on - and Tear, her newfound fairy "companion", won't take no for an answer! As Recette, you have to decide how you'll get your stock - either through playing the markets in town or going out into the wild with an adventuring friend and thrashing beasts until they give up the goodies - how much to sell things for, what the shop should look like, and how to best go about getting the money Tear needs to pay off the loan. If you can't come up with the money... well, hope you like living in a cardboard box.

Download Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 84 / 100
User rating
8.8
Downloads 1988
Genre Simulation, Miscellaneous, Virtual Life, Virtual
Company / Developer
Carpe Fulgur / EasyGameStation

Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale reviews ( 7 )

neolithic, Sep 12, 2010

I had no idea what I was in for when I read the description to this game but after playing 5 minutes I knew I was on to a winner. An absolute bargain for $20 bucks. Extremely replayable and very very addictive. A must have in your collection.

wan2sawa, Aug 6, 2011

Best game I've ever play in PC, a handheld styled rpg mixed with item shop selling is getting you hooked in this game. Hope more JRPG indie titles will come to western territories. This is the only game outside from Nintendo border that can also a Perfect Game for everyone

MercilessMonkey, Feb 11, 2012

I had no idea what to expect when I first got this game, other than that my friend told me it was about running a shop. That didn't exactly sell it high, but it was in a pack for $5 so I went for it. Much to my surprise, it was one of the most addicting games I've played. Quite literally I could not put it down, even after I had beaten it. Somehow it manages to get you caught up in the story with great dialogue and well executed gameplay. The only thing I didn't like was the dungeon feature, which seemed out of place in the game and wasn't up to the standard of everything else around it. However, it is entirely optional and easy to ignore with no consequences for doing so, so it isn't a problem at all. Fantastic game overall.

Dreion, Oct 1, 2012

Very nice and relatively well-executed game concept. The adventure section lacked certain characteristics to really make Recettear really stand out but as a whole, the gameplay is solid, fun, and addictive.

PeterKerl71, Sep 3, 2015

This really is a fun little game. The graphics are nice, the story is ok and the characters and enemies are your typical anime stereotypes. While all this does not sound very special, it is the mix that makes this game fun. What really stands out though is the fact (and integral part of the game) that you are playing both as a shop owner selling items to adventurers and as an adventurer killing monsters and shopping for better equipment. If you need a fun game to play for an hour or two in the afternoon and are into anime, get this.

carlosgtardon, Jun 10, 2014

Jamás había visto un simulador tan claro del capitalismo, además es una vuelta de tuerca interesante al ámbito de los juegos de rol orientales. Horas de disfrute, aunque la historia es un poco plof.

Rafter, Sep 30, 2010

Fun for only about 2 hours. After you've finished the needlessly long introduction, you now realise you have basically had everything this game has to offer. Pretty much all you do is: wake up, go to the adventurer's guild, do some stuff around town, sell items, repeat. The dungeons themselves aren't any less monotonous. They're randomly generated ever ytime, so they're basically repeating halls and rooms with monsters, treasures and next-floor teleporters in between. The interface and low-res graphgics makes the game feel a lot more like a console port from the PS1 console generation, than an original title.