Tokyo Xanadu Japanese release date set

PS Vita action RPG set for late September.

Tokyo Xanadu

Tokyo Xanadu will launch for PS Vita in Japan on September 30, the latest issue of Famitsu reveals.

The magazine also reveals a fourth playable character named Yuuki Shinomiya. His personality is a bit of a problem, but he is a prodigy with an IQ over 180. He earns money trading stock and developing applications, lives alone in a luxury apartment, and only goes to school the minimum number of days required. He doesn’t think particularly highly of society, making him a difficult person to approach. His sole weakness, though, lives in the same city as him. He developed the popular “It Is as God Says” app, which becomes the root of an incident he gets caught up in. In battle, he uses a “Hammer” and “Soul Peridium.” He’s not very fast, but has high attack power.

New system details are also present:

  • X Drive – On the lower right of the screen, you’ll find the X Drive Gauge. When it’s 100 percent full, you can press the down arrow to trigger the X Drive, which increases your offensive strength and movement speed. Its additional effects will change depending on your party organization.
  • Party – Your party can consist of a max of three characters. There are situations where members are fixed, but you can generally freely choose your party. As previously mentioned, X Drive effects will change depending on your party makeup.
  • X Strike – Can be triggered when the X Strike Point to the right of the X Strike Gauge is filled.

Thanks, Hachima Kikou and [email protected].

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