Exist Archive coming to North America on October 18

Aksys Games localizing tri-Ace-developed side-view RPG.

Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky

Aksys Games is bringing Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in North America on October 18, the publisher announced. It will be released both physically and digitally and feature both English and Japanese voice options.

As for Europe, Aksys said, “We’re still ironing out details for an EU release, but it will make it to the EU in one form or another.”

The tri-Ace-developed side-view RPG sees players die at the very beginning in a massive explosion, and awaken in a surreal realm. The explosion was triggered by an evil god named Yamatoga, and now you and 11 other people are now immortal vessels for his soul. Newly imbued with evil god powers, you and your allies find yourselves mixed up in an ancient conflict between gods.

Combat consists of a strategic combo system where each character’s attack corresponds to a button, and executing bigger combos results in more damage dealt to opponents. Mixing attacks and changing your party formation alters your skill development, as well.

Exist Archive first launched in Japan on December 17, 2015.

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