Resonance of Fate scans reveal more Basel


The latest Famitsu came packed with new scans for SEGA and tri-Ace’s collaboration steampunk RPG, Resonance of Fate (better known in Japan as End of Eternity).

In a world where the surface cannot bee inhabited due to toxic gases, an enormous machine called Basel has been built for the citizens of Earth to live their lives. However, something goes wrong; that’s where you come in.

The new images show a little bit more of Basel’s structure, some gameplay on Basel, as well as new images of the game’s exciting battle system.

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Thanks, RPGLand.

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