Back in December, Falcom announced the new edition of the action RPG Nayuta no Kiseki. The role-playing game originally appeared in July 2012 for the PSP, but the title never made it to the West. Now the game is being revamped for the PlayStation 4, but remains (as things stand) again exclusive to Japan. There is even a commercial version in Japan.
After originally specifying summer as the publication period, there is now an exact date with June 24th. In addition, the prices have become known: For 4378 yen (about 34 euros) you can get the physical version, for 3960 yen (about 31 euros) you can get the download version. Those who pre-order should get the game’s soundtrack, which combines all 60 songs on two discs.
The new PlayStation 4 version should offer not only HD graphics, but also adjustments to the user interface and new event cutscenes. In addition, 60 FPS and improvements to music and soundtrack should be introduced.
That’s what it’s about
The story of Nayuta no Kiseki takes you to Remnant Island. While many there believe that the earth is flat and the ocean would simply end one day, protagonist Nayuta Herschel has his doubts. With stargazing as a hobby, he is curious about the world beyond his home island. And why are ruins falling on Remnant Island? He wants to get to the bottom of these questions.
Nayuta no Kiseki does not add “The Legend of Heroes” to the title because there are no connections to other offshoots in the series. Still, it is considered a trails game.
via Gematsu, images: Nayuta no Kiseki, Falcom