JRPG LOST SPHEAR is now available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation4 and STEAM
When it comes to RPG’s, there is no name bigger than Square Enix. The company that brought Final Fantasy to the west, created Kingdom Hearts, and published the Deus Ex series is basically synonymous with RPG’s. So, when they announce a new import to the west, I take notice. Today that import is Lost Sphear, the story of Kanata, who awakens to find the world disappearing. Players can join him and his friends on a quest to save the world using the power of Memory as they battle against an ominous power threatening the fabric of reality. Players can enjoy the game on Nintendo Switch, PC, or the PS4 beginning today.
With isometric style gameplay, and beautiful character art, the game may at first appear to be a Final Fantasy clone, but a deeper look will reveal environmental interactions, movement and turn based combat, and a deep set of gameplay system unique to the franchise.
Players can also look forward to the following features:
- Reimagined Turn-Based Battles – Fight with the freedom of strategic movement in enhanced turn-based battles
- Mighty Vulcosuits – Utilize mechanized Vulcosuit armor in the fields and in battle to amplify your abilities and execute unique skills
- Beautiful Soundtrack – I AM SETSUNA™ composer Tomoki Miyoshi scores an atmospheric and moving soundtrack to accompany Kanata’s epic adventure.
About LOST SPHEAR
LOST SPHEAR expands upon many of the beloved features from the studio’s debut title, I AM SETSUNA, and continues Tokyo RPG Factory’s dedication to blending the nostalgia of classic Japanese role-playing games with the latest technology for a new generation of gamers. The game will feature an enhanced gameplay system with a revamped ATB (Active Time Battle) system offering more freedom in combat, seamless environments, and various locations to explore.
In LOST SPHEAR, players will begin their adventure in a remote town where a young boy, Kanata, awakens from a devastating dream to find his hometown disappearing. To stop the world from being lost forever, Kanata and his comrades set out to rebuild the world around them with the power of Memory by manifesting thoughts into matter and restoring what was lost.