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Titel: Final Promise Story
Genre: RPG
Developer: Imageepoch
Publisher: Nippon Ichi
Release:
:eur: nnb
:jap: 28 april 2011
:usa: nnb


~ Links of interest ~
Officiele Site
Officiele trailer (serious awesomeness!)

~ IG links of interest ~
Nippon Ichi fanclub
De RPG club


FPS will draw a clear line between itself and all those orthodox RPGs where players bring peace to the world by journeying into the heart of enemy territory and so forth.

The game is set in a kingdom called Yggdra. Yggdra, the sole civilization to possess magic, was considered the ideal kingdom, but has started to fall to the overwhelming might of the mechanized empire known as "Savi Chantier." You play as a soldier of the the Messiah, the name for Yggdra's leader. You'll fight to save the people of the falling kingdom.

The game's main character is Wolf (voiced by Hiroshi Kamiya). Wolf, who uses the sword Xanadu, is the leader of the seven Messiah Knights He has great talent in both sword and sorcery, but at the beginning of the game, he does not know of his capabilities.

Also introduced in the magazine are Seles and Rushdie. Seles (voiced by Yukari Tamura) uses as a weapon a halberd named "Valkid." She's the princess of Yggdra and a Messiah Knight. She has both charisma and a strong sense of justice, and came to wield her weapon once again for her people. Rushdie (voiced by Tatsuhisa Suzuki) is Wolf's long time friend. He wields a bow and arrow known as Formasteen.



The weapons wielded by the Messiah Knights are known as &quot;Golden Weapons.&quot; They have tremendous power, but they also eat up the soul of their user. This works into the gameplay. Each character has an SP (possibly &quot;Soul Power&quot<img alt=";)" src="/plugins/sceditor/emoticons/wink.png" /> parameter. Once this is depleted, the character is &quot;Lost&quot; for good and can never be revived again. While not getting too specific on how the SP or Lost systems work, Famitsu's article notes that &quot;The price for using skills is your soul.&quot;

The game's command-based battle system promises a high level of strategy. Famitsu again doesn't get too detailed here, but it does mention one unique feature. The enemies will apparently adapt to your strategies beyond the limits of individual battles. Famitsu says that it would be a mistake to be confident just because you've fought and defeated certain enemies over and over again.



The name &quot;Final Promise Story&quot; comes from an element of the game's story. Apparently, the only way to save the people from their despair is for two Messiah Knights to exchange a &quot;Final Promise.&quot; This is something that can only be exchanged between two characters who've formed a tight bond with one-another. Players will have to develop a strong relationship with their fellow knights and decide in the end whom they'd like to exchange that Final Promise with.



  • Titel: Final Promise Story
    Genre: RPG
    Developer: Imageepoch
    Publisher: Nippon Ichi
    Release:
    :eur: nnb
    :jap: 28 april 2011
    :usa: nnb


    ~ Links of interest ~
    Officiele Site
    Officiele trailer (serious awesomeness!)

    ~ IG links of interest ~
    Nippon Ichi fanclub
    De RPG club


    FPS will draw a clear line between itself and all those orthodox RPGs where players bring peace to the world by journeying into the heart of enemy territory and so forth.

    The game is set in a kingdom called Yggdra. Yggdra, the sole civilization to possess magic, was considered the ideal kingdom, but has started to fall to the overwhelming might of the mechanized empire known as &quot;Savi Chantier.&quot; You play as a soldier of the the Messiah, the name for Yggdra's leader. You'll fight to save the people of the falling kingdom.

    The game's main character is Wolf (voiced by Hiroshi Kamiya). Wolf, who uses the sword Xanadu, is the leader of the seven Messiah Knights He has great talent in both sword and sorcery, but at the beginning of the game, he does not know of his capabilities.

    Also introduced in the magazine are Seles and Rushdie. Seles (voiced by Yukari Tamura) uses as a weapon a halberd named &quot;Valkid.&quot; She's the princess of Yggdra and a Messiah Knight. She has both charisma and a strong sense of justice, and came to wield her weapon once again for her people. Rushdie (voiced by Tatsuhisa Suzuki) is Wolf's long time friend. He wields a bow and arrow known as Formasteen.



    The weapons wielded by the Messiah Knights are known as &quot;Golden Weapons.&quot; They have tremendous power, but they also eat up the soul of their user. This works into the gameplay. Each character has an SP (possibly &quot;Soul Power&quot<img alt=";)" src="/plugins/sceditor/emoticons/wink.png" /> parameter. Once this is depleted, the character is &quot;Lost&quot; for good and can never be revived again. While not getting too specific on how the SP or Lost systems work, Famitsu's article notes that &quot;The price for using skills is your soul.&quot;

    The game's command-based battle system promises a high level of strategy. Famitsu again doesn't get too detailed here, but it does mention one unique feature. The enemies will apparently adapt to your strategies beyond the limits of individual battles. Famitsu says that it would be a mistake to be confident just because you've fought and defeated certain enemies over and over again.



    The name &quot;Final Promise Story&quot; comes from an element of the game's story. Apparently, the only way to save the people from their despair is for two Messiah Knights to exchange a &quot;Final Promise.&quot; This is something that can only be exchanged between two characters who've formed a tight bond with one-another. Players will have to develop a strong relationship with their fellow knights and decide in the end whom they'd like to exchange that Final Promise with.


  • Nog iets bekend over deze game? Al uit in Japan? Westerse release?

    In de mooie intro van 7threst staat dat de japanse releas op 28-04-2011 is. Dus dat duurt helaas nog wel even. Ben benieuwd of we deze ooit nog in europa (of VS) zien.

    Het ziet er veelbelovend uit. Hoop trouwens dat de NGP ook zo'n RPG machine wordt net als de PSP. *fingers crossed*
  • Nog iets bekend over deze game? Al uit in Japan? Westerse release?
  • ik snap dat niet

    zet het gewoon op PSN!
    Sony zou dat juist moeten bevordeen .. zal wel een uitgever tussen zitten die bang is centjes mis te lopen :(
  • Ja ziet er echt tof uit! Didn't see this coming! Sowieso worden games van Imageepoch het westen nogal eens ontzegd, of iig Europa. Erg zonde want ze hebben best wel een leuke line-up, een soort nieuwe Nippon Ichi maar dan met meer variatie en hogere productievalues. Je kan het ook wel aan deze screens zien, ziet er gewoon goed uit, en die trailer is awesome! :)
  • Klinkt inderdaad interessant! Laat maar komen.
  • dat ziet er niet gek uit hoor!

    mogen ze gelijk beginnen te vertallen van mij :D

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