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The Momodora series, a franchise of classically-styled Metroidvania games for the PC created and independently developed by game designer Rdein of Bombservice, finally makes its debut on the PlayStation 4 with its latest installment, Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight. A prequel of the original Momodora games, Reverie Under the Moonlight is set 400 years before the first Momodora game. Players take on the role of Kaho, a priestess sent to stop a curse that’s been spreading throughout the land and has reached her village. Kaho travels to the kingdom of Karst to seek an audience with the queen but she soon finds the kingdom in ruins and infested with the undead.
Much like other games in the Metroidvania genre, Reverie Under the Moonlight’s map is divided into several interconnected zones that players will regularly backtrack to as they discover more items that give them the ability to get to areas in previous zones that were formerly inaccessible. The zones in Reverie Under the Moonlight are all interestingly distinct, each offering their own challenges for exploration, puzzles to solve, and at least one boss fight.