Star Ocean: Anamnesis for iOS and Android Gets First Trailer, Screenshots and Info

on October 19, 2016 10:55 PM

Today Square Enix released the first trailer of Star Ocean: Anamnesis, that will be released this year in Japan for iOS and Android. It also updated the official site with the first screenshots and info.

The game is defined as a “high-end action RPG,” and it’ll be free to play. It will also support 1 to 4 players in multiplayer. It’s developed by tri-Ace, and the music is by Motoi Sakuraba.

The story is set in star date 539. The post-war process between the Galactic Federation and Kronos has been smoothly completed, and the galaxy is enjoying a period of peace.

Suddenly, tragedy hits the Federal exploration battleship GFSS-3214F engaged in deep space search. During a raid by three pirate ships, it suffered massive damage to the hull. Many of the crew reached the escape pods, and the captain attempted an emergency sub-space warp. Gravity caused a warp failure, and after being blinded by dazzling lights, his consciousness was swallowed by darkness.

He woke up in a distant part of the universe far away from Federal jurisdiction, close to a planet covered in wilderness. The first encounter is with a woman chased by dangerous organisms, who cornered used
symbology to escape to the planet’s orbit. The ship is without energy, crippled, and the shield are down. The long route home begins….

The lady’s name is Ivrish, she has lost her memory, but she appears to possess symbology of Federal origin. She is strong willed, and often even harsh. The robot Koro is responsible for all the operations on the ship. He’s way too expressive for an AI. He feels deep gratitude for the captain for not abandoning the ship.

The game allows the player to control well known characters of the Star Ocean series in exhilarating battle displayed with HD graphics. It features an evolution of the signature action battles of the franchise, with intuitive controls and a new system for performing actions.

Various battle skills and flashy deathblows will be available. Filling up an action gauge allows the player to activate a “rush combo” of powerful attacks

You can check out the trailer and the screenshots below.

 /  Executive News Editor
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