Tri-Ace and Spike Chunsoft’s new RPG, Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky was playable at this year’s Tokyo Game Show so I sat down and gave it a whirl.
Square Enix and developer Tri-Ace’s latest big title, Star Ocean V: Integrity and Faithlessness was playable at this year’s Tokyo Game Show, and after some quality time with the demo, despite some minor issues, it’s shaping up to look pretty solid.
Here’s the debut trailer for Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky, the new JRPG from Tri-Ace and Spike Chunsoft. For more on this title, check Kotaku’s previous coverage.
You’re caught in an explosion, your fiancée, in her dying breath, tells you she can’t stand you, then you die and wake up in a strange land as the vessel for the soul of an evil god... How dandy.
Tri-Ace and Spike Chunsoft are teaming up for a new RPG called Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky. The game is headed to the PS Vita and PS4 in Japan this year. No word yet on an international release.
We already knew Star Ocean 5 was imminent, the first installment in the RPG series since 2010, but Square Enix confirmed Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness is coming to the rest of the world in 2016 on PlayStation 4.
There’s a Star Ocean 5? Yes. Yes, there is. The newly announced game is headed for the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation 4.
Konami and Tri-Ace are teaming up for a smartphone RPG called Chronos Ring. It will be out this fall in Japan, but there is no word yet of a Western release.
Judas Code is the title of a new action RPG from Star Ocean series developer, tri-Ace. Everything about the game's description sounded pretty awesome to me, until those dreaded 3 words appeared.
Japanese developers Tri-ace of Star Ocean fame are teaming up with Konami for two games. Two! One of the games is a turn-based, multi-player role-playing PSP title called Frontier Gate that supports up to three players. The second game is a dungeon-crawler for the 3DS called Across The Labyrinth. [via Remoon]
Along with the requisite trailers, screenshots, and character bios, the new website for Sega's gun-toting role-playing game Resonance of Fate has a couple songs for you to add to your collection of video game music you hardly ever listen to.
Ladies and gentlemen of Kotaku, children of all ages. I will now attempt to explain to you the battle system in Sega and Tri-Ace's upcoming role-playing game Resonance of Fate. Drumroll please. (And let me know if I lose you.)
Whenever a new video game is released in Japan, gamers band together to check something: Character underpants.
Don't like your character's outfit? Hair color? Upcoming tri-Ace role-playing game Resonance of Fate offers players abundant costume customization options via the in-game boutique.
Let's! The Tri-Ace developed, SEGA published role-playing game won't be released in Japan until January 28, but don't tell the internet.
Resonance of Fate, from developer tri-Ace, is a role-playing-game set in a future in which climate changes have forced humans to build an enormous air purifier.