Hey all, so here’s a small snippet of my Sorcery Jokers review. You can find the full review at Scholarly Gamers.
Sorcery Jokers had been on my radar since I had seen a preview for it at a MangaGamer panel during Otakon 2017. Developed by 3rdEye, it looked like an intriguing game about people with a gift for magic and cute girls. I assumed I’d go in, find a cute and fun story, and move on. I couldn’t have been more wrong, but I’ll get to that a bit later.
Sorcery Jokers is set in a future where people are split between those who can and can’t use magic, and even split between those who use magic determined on their aptitude. The story begins as OutCasts are using counterfeit rings to help boost their magical power and use it as they want. This causes a lot of strife within the magic user community as well as with the ones who can’t use magic.