Blue-Winged Chevalier is a remake of Students of Round

Digital edition due out two weeks earlier than physical in Japan.

Blue-Winged Chevalier

Blue-Winged Chevalier, Experience’s newly announced dungeon RPG, is a remake of Students of Round, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals.

Students of Round is a dungeon RPG first released for PC in 2010 in Japan. It was ported to Xbox 360 with additional elements in 2011, followed by PSP in 2012.

Blue-Winged Chevalier has renovated character visuals, newly replaced event CGs and monster visuals, and a revised story and in-dungeon events.

Players will be able to to customize their character’s class, ability, and visual through the character creation feature.

The July 2016-released dungeon RPG Stranger of Sword City Revisited will also be included with Blue-Winged Chevalier.

The magazine also reveals that the previously announced Japanese release date of July 25 only applies to the physical edition of Blue-Winged Chevalier. The digital edition will launch on July 11. Both will cost 6,800 yen.

An Experience representative told Weekly Famitsu that this will be its last PS Vita title.

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