Durarara!! Relay screenshots detail Relay system, Relation events, more

Latest look at upcoming PS Vita game.

The latest set of Durarara!! Relay screenshots detail the game’s various systems, including “Relay,” the chapter “Chart,” “AP” and “RP,” and “Relation Events.”

Get the details below.

Relay System

Players can walk the streets of Ikebukuro in a 3D reproduction, gathering information and items while advancing the story. The “Relay System” puts players in the role of a different character for each chapter.

Durarara!! Relay

Chapter Chart

Players can see each chapter at a glance via the “Chart.” As you progress through the story, you’re free to go back to previous chapters and pick up any events or items you might have missed.

Durarara!! Relay

AP and RP

In the upper left area of the screen, you’ll find your “AP” and “RP” levels. AP is consumed when performing specific actions (for example, talking to Walker Yumasaki or Kyohei Kadota costs one AP). As for RP, or “Relation Points,” doing all the scenarios before they disappear will clear a chapter, and you can use the RP to deepen relationships with characters on the map in the new chapter.

Durarara!! Relay

Relation Events

While walking around the map, you can talk to characters standing around the city using your RP to deepen your “Relation.” When this Relation deepens, it is possible to see special conversation events between characters.

Durarara!! Relay

Characters

Characters from the Anime – An overwhelming number of characters—approximately 40—from the TV anime appear fully-voiced.

Durarara!! Relay

Bonuses

The drama CD “Thousands of Visitors” is included with the limited edition. Pre-orders include the “Everybody is Friends” five post card set.

Durarara!! Relay is due out for PS Vita in Japan on January 29.

View the new screenshots at the gallery.

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