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Mini Review: Potion Permit (PS5) – Time to Play Doctor in a Charming But Buggy Town

Che-missed the mark.

Potion Permit throws you in the deep end. The town of Moonbury needs a chemist, and as a fresh graduate from the capital you’re shipped in to cure the mayor’s daughter who has succumbed to a mysterious illness. Moonbury residents don’t have a great track record with chemists, however, and that will become apparent as the story unfurls.

You’ll open a clinic next to your house, where you’ll diagnosis patients before heading out to forage for materials in the great outdoors. In your home is a giant cauldron, which you’ll use to brew potions. Each item you collect in the wild has a element assigned, and a shape. To create a potion you’ll need to fit the ingredients to make a larger shape, with a limit on the number of items you can use, though upgrading your cauldron means you can use more which is useful as the game progresses and you’re required to make more complicated tonics.

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