First look at Exist Archive for PS4, PS Vita

Spike Chunsoft and tri-Ace's new side-view RPG.

Famitsu has gone up with it’s online preview of Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky, Spike Chunsoft and tri-Ace’s new side-view RPG due out for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita later this year in Japan.

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Exist Archive is set in modern day Tokyo and on the planet Protolexa. One day, an explosion in Tokyo caused by the evil god Yamatoga kills the game’s 12 heroes, including protagonist Kanata Kujou. As a result, those 12 become immortal and harbor within them the soul of the evil god, and get wrapped up in the gods’ quarrels.

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The game is directed and written by Valkyrie Profile‘s Masaki Norimoto with haracter designs are by Love Plus‘ Mino Taro. Motoi Sakuraba, of Valkyrie Profile, Star Ocean, Tales, and many others, is composing the score.

We covered much more about the game and how it plays yesterday.

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For a sample of the game’s music, visit the official teaser website here. The full website will open on August 3.

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