Gloria Union: Twin Fates in Blue Ocean FHD Edition launches March 18 in Japan

The June 2011-released PSP RPG returns.

Gloria Union: Twin Fates in Blue Ocean FHD Edition

Tactical RPG Gloria Union: Twin Fates in Blue Ocean FHD Edition will launch digitally for Switch, iOS, and Android on March 18 in Japan for 2,220 yen, developer Sting announced.

Gloria Union: Twin Fates in Blue Ocean first launched for PSP in June 2011 in Japan.

The FHD Edition will feature a number of additional elements, including playable character Yggdra and the “Crusade” card, “Easy” and “Night Mare” modes, additional voice-overs, character introduction movies, priority item display, the ability to remove (not just replace) equipment, New Game+, and item acquisition hints.

Additional functionality includes a rewind function, battle speed adjustment feature, auto-save, conversation log and auto progression, cloud backup saves, dot filter effect feature, battle stance switch feature, widescreen support, cheats, smartphone controller support, and free save.

Visit the newly launched official website here.

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