Prisma & the Masquerade Menace Review
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Race to the finish levels designed so you never need to stop running
Strategize with Ikaruga-inspired color-swapping gameplay requiring you to think on your feet and hone your skills
Explore lush and colorful worlds filled with helpful inhabitants as you journey through cursed deserts, snowy winter festivals, the deepest depths of the ocean, ancient underground cities of magma, and more
Learn the saturated backstory of Prisma through the dozens of memorable inhabitants of Aura
Fight larger-than-life bosses that require full mastery of all your abilities
Listen to a beautifully orchestrated soundtrack
Collect masks along the way to open up secret extra challenging levels that test every last pixel of precision
Enjoy the vibrant and and colorful art style inspired by gaming classics such as The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker and Jak & Daxter
Prisma follows the adventures of a young explorer named Ray. In the middle of one of her expeditions, she finds herself in a peculiar situation with a mischievous girl named Fractal.
Fractal seeks Rays help to find and destroy magical masks that are spread throughout the world of Aura. The masks have a malevolent influence upon powerful creatures across the land, and so the masks must be destroyed to restore order. Since Fractal cannot accomplish this task alone, she lends Ray her dimension shifting powers to help Ray overcome the many obstacles on their journey.
Accompanied by Ignus, Fractals silent confidante, Ray and Fractal set out on a worldwide adventure to destroy these mysterious masks, and free the ones under their power.
We encourage the player to experience Prisma to their liking. The story of Prisma is optional for those who wish to focus on gameplay. Story elements will be shared through cutscenes, environmental storytelling, and through the ability to converse with characters throughout the game.