Ray Gigant screenshots detail Kyle chapter

The second of the dungeon RPG's three protagonists.

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Bandai Namco has released a new set of screenshots for its upcoming Experience-developed PS Vita dungeon RPG Ray Gigant detailing the game’s Kyle chapter.

As previously detailed, the game has three protagonists and is thus made up of three chapters: one for Ichiya, one for Kyle, and one for Nil.

Find Kyle’s chapter detailed below.

Kyle’s Story

Holy Rock: the European defense base. This facility, set up by the military industrial complex, serves two purposes concurrently: secret research and the base of anti-Gigant operations. Almost entirely unmanned, instead predominantly managed by the AI “Annie Third,” in the wake of an attack on it by a Gigant, it’s come to be used as a regional defense base. As part of Holy Rock, Kyle Griffin, resonant with the power of Yorigami, was engaged in the fight against the Gigants.

Kyle Griffin (voiced by Wataru Hatano)

Male / 17 Years-Old / English / 180cm tall

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A young man with an affinity for Yorigami while also having strong ambitions and high intelligence. Although he was born to a distinguished family, he has a twisted personality that makes him hard to please, believed to likely be because he was not blessed with the love of his mother during childhood.

Kyle’s Supporting Characters

Conner McBride (Voiced by Tarusuke Shingaki)

Male / 30 Years-Old / English / 180cm tall

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Kyle’s friend. Once a member of the special forces, Conner is a veteran warrior who’s fought in countless battles. However, the everyday Conner is friendly and gives no sense of his personal history. He’s referred to by Liona as someone who “lacks motivation” and “irresponsible.”

Liona Kogarasu (voiced by Yu Kobayashi)

Female / 16 Years-Old / Japanese / 165cm tall

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Kyle’s friend. A serious girl who battles Gigants. On her days off, she enjoys her secret hobbies of game-playing and is a collector of retro games. Her parents are journalists, and she’s said to have enlisted in the Gigant wars “in order to the unseen world.”

Battle System

Parties consist of three characters. In Kyle’s story, they consist of Kyle, Conner, and Liona. In battle, enemies appear in rows together as part of their own party. You’ll win or lose depending on whether yours or the enemies’ HP reaches zero.

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3-Command Battle and ActivePoints

The battle system makes use of three commands, which the player can assign to the Circle, Triangle, and Square buttons.

Each command costs AP (ActivePoints), which is shared throughout the party. Thus, when your AP is low, everyone’s actions are limited. Conversely, when your AP allows for it, you can perform several actions in a single turn.

Your selected commands are shown on the left of the screen, and you can change between characters to queue their individual actions up using the left and right d-pad buttons. While your AP is reduced as your allies attack, it will recover during enemy actions. Regardless of whether the target is friend or foe, you’ll recover more AP depending on whether the action is more powerful. Additionally, your AP will carry over after battle, meaning finishing the battle with a small amount of AP will become problematic for the next fight.

3-Command Layout

  • Circle Button – Set an attack action
  • Triangle Button – Set a defense action
  • Square Button – Set either an attack or defense action


Outside of battle, you can increase or decrease your AP depending on your choices during events. AP will also decrease if you accidentally step on traps while roaming the dungeon.

Ray Gigant is due out for PS Vita in Japan on July 30.

View the new screenshots at the gallery.

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