Fuga: Melodies of Steel
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Fuga: Melodies of Steel (NSP, XCI) ROM + v1.1.0 Update + All DLCs

Fuga: Melodies of Steel SWITCH ROM - Immerses you in an RPG where you strategically position children, each possessing unique traits and abilities, at various gun turrets within the tank to battle against the enemy.

App Name Fuga: Melodies of Steel
Genres Role-Playing
Realese Year 2021
Image Format NSP, XCI
Region USA
Latest Version 1.1.0
Language Chinese, English, French, Italian, Japanese, Spanish
Required Firmware 16.0.0
File Size 1GB

Fuga: Melodies of Steel is a tactical role-playing video game developed and published by CyberConnect2. It is the fourth title in the company’s Little Tail Bronx series and it serves as a prequel to Tail Concerto and Solatorobo: Red the Hunter. The game takes place in a war-torn world populated by anthropomorphic dogs and cats (“Caninu” and “Felineko” respectively, lit. “イヌヒト” and “ネコヒト” / “dog people” and “cat people”), where a group of children struggles for survival aboard a giant tank against soldiers from an enemy nation. It was released in July 2021 for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. A sequel, Fuga: Melodies of Steel 2, was announced in July 2022 and was released on May 11, 2023. This game is also the latest installment of the Little Tail Bronx series. This game is from the perspective of 12 Children who commandeer the Taranis, a large tank, as they take on the Berman Empire. A standard and deluxe edition are currently available and are both digital. The deluxe edition includes a digital art book, soundtrack, and bonus DLC.

Fuga: Melodies of Steel


Fuga is set in a war-ravaged world where a village is destroyed by the fascist Berman Empire. Six child survivors band together, and 6 can be rescued throughout the game, one being from the Berman empire themselves. After the attack, they board a gigantic tank known as Taranis – a relic of an ancient but technologically advanced civilization – to travel across the dangerous landscape and rescue their families who were taken prisoner. The Taranis houses a super weapon called the Soul Cannon which is capable of immense destruction at the cost of a crew member’s life, with the main characters having to choose when and whom to sacrifice for the group to reach their destination. The game is separated into 12 chapters and features multiple endings depending on the player’s choice and how many characters survive.

Fuga: Melodies of Steel


Unlike the other two entries in the Little Tail Bronx series, where the player controls a Robo that can walk around a 3D space & toss enemies, the player instead takes control of a squad in side-scrolling, turn-based combat with prominent JRPG elements. During battles, the player must ward off some enemies who come in waves. To do so, each available child takes turns attacking with various abilities.

Children can be paired together in three available turrets, each featuring two seats. The key to battle is to stagger the enemy and lower their defenses, all of which can be seen by both the color-coded clock icons and numbered shields next to their life bars. Using the correctly colored weapons on the tank, which are assigned to specific children, and utilizing special attacks that lower defenses, can make battles a smooth victory.

Fuga: Melodies of Steel

The children of the Taranis come with an arsenal of normal attacks, special moves, and multiple types of status ailments. Each child is assigned one of three main weapon types; machine guns, grenade launchers, and cannons. Machine guns excel in speed & accuracy at the cost of effective normal damage, cannons deal heavy amounts of damage while having lower accuracy, and grenade launchers fall in-between while also featuring more status inflictors.

Special moves can be performed as long as the player has enough SP. While many of these moves are focused on inflicting damage, there are also healing abilities and status ailments. Some special attacks can inflict extreme damage upon the enemy at the cost of inflicting fear upon the children, so these moves must be used wisely. As the player progresses through Gasco they can obtain items that can perform the same effects as lower-end moves, making for cost-effective alternatives.

Fuga: Melodies of Steel

Affinity is key to unlocking the children’s unique passive effects amongst each other, all of which can be unlocked at Affinity Lv. 2 and further improved upon up to Lv. 10. Affinity can be slowly raised between two children through battle if they’re paired in turrets, though the most effective way to raise this is through conversations during Intermissions and eating food that boosts it. To activate a pair’s Affinity ability, the player must seat either of the two into the backseat of a turret for their desired effect. Children with no Affinity between each other will not grant any passive effects.

Link Attacks are powerful moves that can be charged between a pair of children during battles. Once one is charged, the attack can be performed at any time and will need to be recharged after a single use. Link Attacks can inflict damage to all enemies and sometimes also grant the team special buffs. The Link gauge will increase slowly after each turn normally but can be sped up through eating the proper food in Intermissions and specific Link-related special moves.

Fuga: Melodies of Steel


The story begins in “How it All Began”, where the children stumble upon a cave home to the Taranis. Nobody knows what the tank is, though, with Mei and Malt thinking it could be God. The adults of the village warn the children to never approach the cave again. As news spreads of the Berman Empire’s rising dominance over the Free Lands of Gasco, Malt & Mei’s grandfather reassures the two that Petit Mona would remain safe. However, the empire soon destroys the village and takes the adults hostage. Luckily the children are hidden away from the army thanks to Ms. Yona. She instructs the trio to run back to the mountain cave.

On their way there, Malt, Mei, and Hanna meet up with Boron, Kyle and Socks. All of them continue rushing to the Taranis’s cave, with Socks being the first to identify it as a tank. Upon this realization, the boys swiftly investigate the control room and manage to bring the massive vehicle to life. The Taranis immediately make its way to Petit Mona where it nearly tramples over the Berman army. This immense amount of power shocks Malt, though despite witnessing how destructive it can be he continues to refer to it as God. A secret movie is available to view in the game after unlocking all of the title screen’s gears. The short movie features a series of rough drawings and a vague prologue.

Fuga: Melodies of Steel

The children’s struggle continues when the Taranis reawaken with a few hostages (who appear to be Socks, Boron, Hannah, Mei, and Britz). To save them, the remaining few children board the Tarascus and wage war with whoever has kidnapped their friends. At the end of the secret movie, Malt mutters vengeful words about hunting down & killing whoever has hurt his loved ones. A new unknown Caninu child is introduced in this movie and Wappa is absent. The main antagonist appears to be Jeanne’s counterpart. This movie seems to have been an early teaser for Fuga: Melodies of Steel 2, being almost identical to the teaser trailer for the game, except for newer, fully colored images and redone voice acting. The previously unknown Caninu child is likely Vanilla.

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