XSeed Announces 2013 Lineup

on January 31, 2013 10:58 AM

XSeed has announced their upcoming titles outside of the spring release of Pandora’s Tower.

Suda51 fans will be happy to know that the wait for Killer is Dead will not be a long once since the game is slated for summer 2013. ‘The game will put players in control of the executioner Mondo Zappa, who has a Japanese katana and artificial arm to dispatch enemies.

Rune Factory 4 is slated for the Nintendo 3DS in the summer of 2013 as well. This role playing game gives players the choice to choose a male or female character from the start. Gamers will be able to craft, farm, cook, become a prince/princess that can manage the village, and more.

Valhalla Knights 3 is being released for the PlayStation Vita in the fall and will have players battle it out in seven on seven parties. The game features the ability to choose from seven classes and twenty varying jobs.

Ys: Memories of Celceta will bring this RPG series over to the PlayStation Vita this fall in the psuedo-sequel to Ys IVPlayers will be in control of Adol Christin as he is in a strange land and must piece together his memories to figure out how he got there.

Ys fans can also look forward to Ys I & II Chronicles+ hitting the PC in February. This remake of the original two games will be making its way to Steam for the first time and will include Ancient Ys Vanished: Omen and Ancient Ys Vanished: The Final Chapter that focus on Adol Christins to stop the evil on the isle of Esteria.

All these upcoming releases on top of Pandora’ s Tower should keep XSeed fans busy for quite some time.

 /  Staff Writer
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