Last Rebellion media reveals gameplay, details


Last Rebellion, an upcoming PlayStation 3 RPG in the works at NIS and Hitmaker, tells the story of Nine and Aisha. Nine is the the adopted son of a King, who inevitably dies. However, somehow, Nine is able to share his soul with Aisha and they’re able to exist in the world, however, only one at a time.

The first place Nine and Aisha visit in the game is Soul City, following Alfred. They go to an abandaned factory where they try and figure out why so many female mages have been disappearing lately. They also try to find out Alfred’s plans.

Alfred is Nine’s brother-in-law and tries to murder him at the start of the game. He was also adopted by the King, just as Nine was. The King has great magical power, but unfortunately, Alfred ends up killing the King.

Hironobu Kageyama, who’s sang for Dragon Ball Z before, is doing the voice behind the opening theme. Acclaimed Korean artist Juno Jeong is doing the artwork (example above).

This is all from a rough translation, folks. New media’s been released on the RPG, dated for Winter 2009 in Japan. Check out the screens at the gallery. The debut trailer can be seen at the game’s official site.

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