Frane: Dragons’ Odyssey Physical Edition Arrives

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oprainfall | Frane: Dragons' Odyssey


KEMCO and Limited Run Games are excited to be launching the limited Frane: Dragons’ Odyssey physical edition for PlayStation 4. The game was developed by EXE-CREATE. This limited run physical edition can be yours for $29.99. The Limited Run Games store page¬† says that 1,500 region-free copies are available worldwide. So time is of the essence! Here is the Frane: Dragons’ Odyssey¬†trailer.


A boy named Kunah, residing in the fire dragon tribe, finds himself summoned by Vanneth. This God of the sky instructed him to bring a lost girl from the angel clan as well. Her name is Escude. Kunah and his childhood friend, Riel (daughter of the ice dragon chief) then followed after Escude. The time had come to set out for the vast world shrouded beneath the clouds, where plenty of mystery, adventure, and danger await.

In Frane: Dragons’ Odyssey, players can collect materials and use them to create various dishes and items, or even gifts. You can give them to Riel, or others to make them like you more! If you find yourself in a pinch, vanquish your foes in dungeons by utilizing the secret skills of the dragon tribe! You can find out more at the PlayStation Game Page, or at the Limited Run Games page for the physical edition.

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