Title: The House in Fata Morgana A Requiem for Innocence
Company: Novectacle
Localized by: MangaGamer
Release Date: August 2015 (JP), May 17, 2018 (NA)
Platform: PS Vita, PC (Steam)

After all the emotional rollercoaster ride that I’ve been through in The House in Fata Morgana A Requiem for Innocence, I can say that it is worth the ride.

If you’ve enjoyed the first Fata Morgana game, you’ll definitely enjoy this too. This tells us what Morgana, Jacopo, and the rest went through before the events of the first game. It allows me to understand more about the characters and their feelings towards the circumstances they are in. Expect this to be painful but still a wonderful story all in all.

While The House in Fata Morgana A Requiem for Innocence highlights Morgana and Jacopo, it does not fail to put minor characters in the limelight. My favorites got to be Maria, Imeon, and Odillon. They, too, deserve all the happiness in the world as much as the main characters of the series.

I love everything this game has to offer. And one of my favorites is the Fragments story. This is Jacopo’s dream with Morgana in it. The game focuses on Jacopo’s POV. Meanwhile, Novectacle gives us a short story with MORGANA’s POV. This is available in Novetacle’s website for the short story of The House in Fata Morgana A Requiem for Innocence.  (There’s a music autoplay on the website, though.) The site is in Japanese but those who want to read it in English, there’s a translation over at Oujidere.

As announced at E3 this year, Limited Run Games will localize the PS Vita version of Fata Morgana release last year. This contains the first game, this one, and another fandisk which features all the characters in the modern times. This time, the game will be available both for PS Vita and the PS4. I’m excited to play this so that I can finally see what happens to Morgana and Jacopo.

But if you are itching to play The House in Fata Morgana A Requiem for Innocence, you can always purchase this on Steam or on MangaGamer’s website. If you haven’t played this series at all, what are you doing with your life you can purchase the bundle still on Steam or as individually on MangaGamer’s website.

The House in Fata Morgana: A Requiem for Innocence

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2 thoughts on “The House in Fata Morgana: A Requiem for Innocence”
  1. I agree with basically everything you said… it was pretty impressive how Jacopo and Morgana’s story, while taking our hearts outta our chests and stomping on them, still left so much space to get to know and adore the rest of the cast too. Though I can’t wait to see those two in Reincarnation <3

    Also thank you for linking my translation! Especially since I could get to read your post as well.

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