Xblaze Lost: Memories - The Thrilling Sequel to Code: Embryo...
"Collect the mysterious Memory Fragments to unravel the truth!"
Xblaze Lost: Memories is the second visual novel of the BlazBlue franchise released by Arc System Works. As a direct sequel to XBlaze Code: Embryo, Lost: Memories is also created by the original writer and executive producer of the Blazblue universe, Toshimichi Mori, and will be available on both PlayStation®3 and PlayStation®Vita.
This time, players will follow a new heroine Watashi - a pink-haired protagonist in burdened to find her sister who mysteriously disappears into the bottom of the Phantom Field. By gathering Azure crystals also known as "Memory Fragments," these are the keys to progress. As well, for fans of the series, Toya Kagari, the protagonist from Code Embryo will also be part of this game to a certain extent.
Introducing 16-bit high resolution visuals enhancing a twisting plot line, as well as combining a 2D dungeon exploration mode where characters are rendered in a chibi-fied form, players will experience two types of gameplay in one title, taking the visual novel genre into the realm of adventure RPGs. Like all visual novels worth their salt, multiple paths allows players to have multiple endings based on the choices they make within the game, allowing for replayability.
In the mean time, according to Aksys Games, the localized U.S. version - XBLAZE: Lost Memories will head to North America in the Summer for both the PS3 and PSVita.
Definitely worth checking out if you have played the first one, or are generally a fan of the visual novel genre currently enjoying a new renaissance on the Vita.
|Xblaze Lost: Memories||PlayStation 3||JPN||US$ 34.99||24h|
|Xblaze Lost: Memories||PlayStation Vita||JPN||US$ 24.99||1w|
|Xblaze Lost: Memories (Japanese)||PlayStation 3||ASIA||US$ 19.99||24h|
|Xblaze Lost: Memories (Japanese)||PlayStation Vita||ASIA||sold|
|XBLAZE: Lost Memories||PlayStation 3||US||US$ 44.99||wait|
|XBLAZE: Lost Memories||PlayStation Vita||US||US$ 44.99||24h|
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