Newly Announced PS4/PS Vita Exclusives God Wars and √Letter Get First Trailers With English Subtitles

on November 10, 2015 2:19 AM

After announcing the upcoming PS4 and PS Vita exclusives √Letter and God Wars: Beyond Time, Kadokawa Games released trailers for both.

Both games involve the character design of Mino Taro, who previously worked on the Love Plus series at Konami, and will be released worldwide.

The intention to release the games in the west is also confirmed by the fact that both debut trailers, despite having debuted at a press conference in Tokyo, come with English subtitles, and we also get official blurbs for both in English.

God Wars:

“A history of Gods that no one knows.
Ps4/Ps Vita title “God Wars”.

A tactical RPG that depicts the conflict and surge of young heroes in ancient Japan.

An adventure that merges the world of Kojiki, Japan’s oldest history book, and the fairy-tales of Japanese folklore.
The amazing saga of mighty heroes who fought bravely against their fate and the wrath of the Gods, has now been revealed.”

√letter:

“The truth is endless sorrow
Ps4/Ps Vita title “√Letter” (Root Letter)

The first title of the series “Kadokawa Game Mystery”. A collection of adventure games that explore human drama, featuring local Japanese culture and history.

√Letter is set in the Shimane prefecture, a land with a rich history and beautiful nature.
The player will engage an adventure to solve the mystery of Fumino Aya, a pen pal friend from high school who disappeared after leaving a mysterious letter. A letter delivered 15 years later…”

God Wars will be released at some time in 2016, while √Letter is set for release in the Spring of next year.

 /  Executive News Editor
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