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Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale Japanese cover art Developer(s) EasyGameStation Publisher(s) Carpe Fulgur Platform(s) Microsoft Windows Release date(s) JP December 2007 NA September 10, 2010 EU September 10, 2010 [1][2] Genre(s) Role-playing game Mode(s) Single-player Distribution Download System requirements Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7. Pentium 4 1.7ghz or Athlon XP 1700+ Processor. 256MB of system RAM (512 reccomended for Windows Vista and 7). DirectX 8.1-compatible video card of any type with at least 64 megabytes of video RAM. 700MB free HD space.[3] Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale (RECETTEAR〜アイテム屋さんのはじめ方〜, Recettear – Aitemu-ya-san no Hajimekata?, Recettear: How to Start an Item Shop) is a role-playing game developed by Japanese dōjin maker EasyGameStation for the Windows operating system. The game, first released in the 73rd Comiket in Japan, has been localized into English by indie localization company Carpe Fulgur and was released on September 10, 2010 in North America and Europe. The English version of the game is available only through digital distribution platforms such as Steam, GamersGate, and Impulse. Of note, Recettear is the first independently-made Japanese game to be distributed through Steam.[2] Contents 1 Gameplay 2 Characters 2.1 Main characters 2.2 Adventurers 3 Reception 4 References 5 External links // Gameplay Example item shop scene Example of a dungeon level Recettear sets the player in the role of a shopkeeper in a fantasy setting, selling items either bought wholesale or from the market, or found in the game's "dungeons" - areas where various "adventurer" characters can be controlled in order to quest for goods which can then be used by the adventurer, sold in the item shop, or used as ingredients to create rare and valuable items. The overall aim of the game is to make a number of debt repayments.[4] The game is completed once the final payment of 500,000 pix (the in-game currency) is made at the end of the first month. This unlocks two further game modes which are accessible from the main title screen: New Game+ : Starts a new game with your items, adventurer levels and merchant level intact. Survival Mode : Starts a new game where the aim is to continuously make ever-increasing debt repayments each week until you become overwhelmed. Two versions are available: Normal Survival and Survival Hell. In Normal Survival, you get to keep your items, adventurer levels and merchant levels but start off with 1000 pix. In Survival Hell, you do not keep your items, adventurer levels or merchant levels, making this version harder. In either version, no story or character events are available, meaning you cannot recruit any new adventurers. Only characters whose "True Card" has been found may be used in dungeons. The player may also continue the game in a so-called "Endless Mode" without any debt repayments to be repaid. Characters Main characters Recette Lemongrass (voiced by Kei Minatsuki) is the main heroine of the game. She is a young girl who must repay her father's debts by using her house as an item shop. Tear (voiced by Kaeru Hotarubi) is a fairy sent by Terme Finance to retrieve the money owed by Recette's father. She helps and advises Recette with her item shop. The Guildmaster is head of the Merchant's guild and manages all the merchants in the city. He sells equipment at wholesale prices. Adventurers Adventurers can only be controlled in dungeons. Each adventurer can equip a specific weapon type and have unique abilities that require SP to use. Louie (voiced by Sakato) is the first adventurer which you can use to explore dungeons. He can equip swords and shields, as well as heavy armor. Charme (voiced by Aonoi) is a young lady thief who likes to drink. She uses daggers to fight. Caillou (voiced by Eru Takanashi) is a young boy magician. He uses staves as his main weapon. Hitting with a staff can restore some SP. Tielle (voiced by Nanako Suzuki) is an elven girl and uses bows in combat. Bows can attack from long range and can be charged (by holding the attack button) for more powerful attacks. Elan (voiced by Soushi Hishikata) is a priest-in-training. He is a brawler who uses gloves to attack. Nagi (voiced by Ishida Mao) is a young woman from an eastern country. She uses spears in combat giving her a narrower but longer attack range than other melee characters. Griff (voiced by Michinobu Yukida) is a demon assassin who wants to restore his race to power. He uses claws which attack slowly in a wide arc and ignore defence. Arma (voiced by mi-a) is the last adventurer who you can recruit. She uses a weapon type called parts, each parts weapon has a differant range and attack style. Reception One month to the day after Carpe Fulgur started taking pre-orders for the game (eighteen days after release), they announced in a news post on their website, that they had sold 26,000 copies of the game, an astonishing number for an independent game. The statement also said that the volume of sales would allow Carpe Fulgur to localize future independent games. [5][6] In October 2010, the game was reviewed on the PCGamer site, and given a score of 76 [7]. References ^ "Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale". http://www.gamefaqs.com/pc/604893-recettear-an-item-shops-tale/data. Retrieved 11 September 2010.  ^ a b "Pre-Purchase Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale Now and Save 10%". Steam. Valve Corporation. http://store.steampowered.com/news/4275/. Retrieved 20 September 2010.  ^ "Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale on Steam – System Requirements". http://store.steampowered.com/app/70400/. Retrieved 11 September 2010.  ^ "Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale – About". Carpe Fulgur LLC. http://www.carpefulgur.com/recettear/about.htm. Retrieved 11 September 2010.  ^ "The Dream Fulfilled". Carpe Fulgur. 28 September 2010. http://www.carpefulgur.com/forum/index.php?topic=380.msg4146. Retrieved 29 September 2010.  ^ Meer, Alec (2010-09-29). "A Right Old Racket: Recettear Profits". Rock Paper Shotgun. http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2010/09/29/a-right-old-racket-recettear-profits. Retrieved 2010-09-29.  ^ http://www.pcgamer.com/2010/10/18/recettear-review/ External links Carpe Fulgur's Recettear site EasyGameStation's Recettear site (Japanese) Localizer's interview on Gamasutra