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From Software Announces Four New RPGs

From Software announced in the latest issue of Famitsu their upcoming game lineup for 2002. The titles include:

-PlayStation 2-
Code: Inferno (tentative/project title): An action RPG where you play as a guy who beats up people with a cross, called the "Holy Key." And you get to wear a mask and go by the name "White Demon". Points for creativity, definitely.

Shadow Tower Abyss: Scheduled for a spring 2002 release, this is a sequel to the 1999 3D dungeon crawler for the PlayStation.

-Xbox-
Gaia Blade: A fantasy real-time simulation RPG. Complete quests with one of twelve races. The gameplay will center around gaining experience to make the main character's team's AI improve.

-GameCube-
Gold Star Mountain: An action RPG where the player must train 3D animals. The main character is a pistol-packing boy. The game seems somewhat similar, at least sim-wise, to the Monster Rancher series.

In addition, From Software announced their first GameCube RPG, Rune, is now 30% complete.



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08.22.01 - 7:16 PM
Sumire Kanzaki




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