DescriptionFolklore is an action game with some RPG-style customizability. There are two main characters. One is a girl named Ellen who is seeking the truth about her past. The other is a man named Keats, a journalist for an occult magazine who is investigating a possible murder. The story is set in the present-day.
Ellen (led by a message from her dead mother) and Keats (after receiving a distressed phone call) are lured to an Irish village called Doolin, where it is rumoured that the living can meet the dead. In the course of the game, they travel to the netherworld and encounter faeries and monsters, or "Folk."
In battle, Ellen and Keats can absorb Folks' ids and gain new abilities for use in battle. This is usually done by timed movements of the motion-sensing controller.
Four folks can be mapped to controller buttons, making the play fast-paced like an action game, with a degree of customization. The player can choose to play either Keats' or Ellen's storyline. There are seven realms, all based on different notions of what the afterlife might be like.
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- "Unknown Realms" -- Working title
- "Monster Kingdom" -- Working title
- "FolksSoul: Ushinawareta Denshou" -- Japanese title
- "Folks Soul: The Lost Folklore" -- English working title
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|Kombo.com||Oct 09, 2007||8.9 out of 10||89|
|Gamers.at||Nov 05, 2007||85 out of 100||85|
|Futuregamez.net||Dec 18, 2007||82 out of 100||82|
|GamePro (US)||Oct 09, 2007||4 out of 5||80|
|Lawrence||Oct 29, 2007||7.9 out of 10||79|
|V2.fi||Jan 09, 2008||75 out of 100||75|
|Game Positive||Oct 29, 2007||7.3 out of 10||73|
|UOL Jogos||Nov 07, 2007||70|
|Game Informer Magazine||Dec, 2007||7 out of 10||70|
|Eurogamer.net (UK)||Jul 27, 2007||5 out of 10||50|
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Related Web Sites
- Folklore (Official US website)
- FolksSoul (Official Japanese website)
- Wikipedia: Folklore (Article in the open encyclopedia)