Japanese developer tri-Ace, largely responsible for the Star Ocean series, is working with Sega on its newest role-playing game, End of Eternity. Sega showed off the game in Japan today, releasing all-new, all-pretty screens.
While tri-Ace's pleasantly androgynous characters are par for the JRPG course, End of Eternity mixing things up with its focus on gun-play, not swordgun-play. The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 game is due this Winter in Japan, telling the dramatic tale of teenagers and twentysomethings as they struggle against the military-industrial complex.
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