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Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology

Atlus uploaded a new trailer introducing a variety of characters in Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology. Stocke, Raynie, Marco, Rosch, Heiss, Kiel, Sonja, Viola, Raul, Hugo, and Noah are all featured here. View today’s video below.

Atlus uploaded a first commercial for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, releasing in Japan on June 29. View the advert below.

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Atlus held a lengthy live stream for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology today. During the broadcast, over an hour of footage from the game was shown along with a first look at the new Sub-History. We have looks at both below.

Atlus released the opening movie for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, its updated version of the classic DS RPG redone for 3DS. View the video below.

Atlus will soon be hosting a new dedicated live stream for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology. On April 15, the event will held on Fresh! at the following times:

– 4 AM PT
– 7 AM ET
– 12 PM in the UK
– 1 PM in Europe

Atlus will be providing a sneak peak of the Sub-History timeline during an hour-long gameplay session. Haruka Shimotsuki will be also present to talk about the behind-the-scenes on recording the opening theme.

You’ll be able to watch the live stream on Fresh! here.

Atlus has shared some new information about Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology. The following was translated by Gematsu.

First up, some info on the staff working on the game. The director is Mitsuru Hirata, who was the director of the original Radiant Historia game, the chief director of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE and has also worked on several Shin Megami Tensei titles such as Shin Megami Tensei IV and SMT: Strange Journey.

The music is being done by the legendary Yoko Shimomura, who has composed dozens of excellent game soundtracks, including series like Kingdom Hearts, Mario & Luigi, Xenoblade Chronicles and the original Radiant Historia. She composed five new tracks for the 3DS version.

Responsible for the new characters designs is Masaki Hirooka, who previously worked on Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia, Suikoden Tierkreis and Kid Icarus: Uprising. Hirooka also drew several new event scenes.

The new animated opening movie is being produced by A-1 Pictures, a prestigious animation studio responsible for works such as Fairy Tail, Erased, Your Lie in April and the recent Ace Attorney anime.

The story remains largely the same as in the original game, with the main character Stocke being caught up in a war between the countries Granorg and Alistel while he discovers his ability to travel between alternate histories.

A new character called Nemesia appears in the 3DS version. She is a historian that doesn’t belong to either of the two main timelines, but rather the new “Sub-History” timeline. She’s looking for a material known as “Artifact”.

Most of the original’s gameplay mechanics stay the same in this remake, such as the ability to travel between certain points in the alternate histories, the ability to perform various actions in the overworld and the game’s unique grid-based combat system.

Head past the break for some more info on what has changed in the remake as well as tons of new screenshots and art.

Following last week’s announcement, Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology’s full site is now live. You can view it right here. The site has the first trailer, a look at the Character Deformation Pack included with first-print copies, and more.

Atlus showed off the first gameplay for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology footage during its announcement event today. We have the relevant recording below.

Atlus has released the first trailer for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, which was announced for 3DS this week. View it below.

Amazon Japan has posted the boxart for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, attached above. We also have some additional screenshots, including a look at the new opening animation.

Here’s the packaging for the Perfect Edition by the way:


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