Saviors of Sapphire Wings / Stranger of Sword City Revisited

NIS America, Inc.
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Windows PC, Nintendo Switch
Blood and Gore
Drug and Alcohol Reference
Mild Language
Mild Suggestive Themes
Partial Nudity
  • No Interactive Elements
Rating Summary
This is a collection of two role-playing games in which players engage in the struggle between Light, Darkness, and Neutrality. In both games, players explore dungeons while following storylines and engaging in turn-based battles with fantastical enemies (e.g., goblins, demons, monsters). Players select combat moves from a menu screen; characters lose hit points and flash/flicker when struck. Cutscenes also include instances of violence and blood: a female character lying in a pool of blood; a knight impaled by a lance. One scene depicts a creature being decapitated; some enemies appear as floating severed heads trailing small amounts of blood. Some female creatures are depicted with bare breasts (no nipples), and other characters are shown wearing low-cut outfits that expose large amounts of cleavage. During the course of the game, players learn about an in-game item called “poiney powder” that is described as a narcotic with addictive qualities. One scene depicts a seemingly young character discussing her love of alcohol (e.g., “Alcohol is the most fast-acting medicine the world has ever known”; “...I was pretty much hooked on the stuff…”; “…[I]t's thanks to this drink that I was able to see today, so alcohol's not so bad…”). The words “b*tch,” “a*s,” and “bastard” appear in the dialogue.