Posted: 17 months ago, last updated 4 months ago.
Fe’s world comes into its own after completing the few hours of challenge, when you can explore to your heart’s content. The space that initially seemed alien and otherworldly has been restored to harmony and becomes a place to coexist in.
Although there may be slight confusion at first, you’ll soon discover how to move around, climb trees, dip in rivers and communicate with other animals. Fe lets you explore its world at your pace. Take your time enjoying the environment and experiencing what it’s like to be a tiny creature setting out into a world.
This game was rated PEGI 7 for pictures or sounds likely to be scary to young children, and non-realistic violence towards fantasy creatures. It is not suitable for persons under 7 years of age. The examiners report expands this rating with the following: The ‘Silent Ones’ are menacing monsters that relentlessly chase the player in some situations. The setting can be tense and dark at times, and might be scary to younger children. There are also instances of violence towards some of the fantasy characters present.
This game has been rated ESRB EVERYONE.
There is very little reading but some textual guidance is quite small (although has a good contrast). You can use the left trigger to zoom your view of the world and make it larger. The colour prompts for the different songs each have a symbol, to be identifiable without needing to see the colours.
Our Fe Accessibility Report details 22 accessibility features:
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