Recently released in Japan, Konami's Groove Adventure Rave: Eternal Bond for the PlayStation hit retail shelves January 31st for 5 800 yen (approximately $43 US). Spawned from the manga / anime of the same name, Groove Adventure Rave sports a 3D isometric view to complement its action RPG gameplay. A unique feature in the game is its party trust system, in which you need to interact with your super deformed companions in order to maintain their trust level. At high trust levels, your party members enjoy combat benefits, like increased attack power, while at low levels, they suffer penalties.
To get a feel for Groove Adventure Rave's design and isometric look, take a peek at our collection of images. We have 14 screen shots here, 14 pieces of art here, 15 GIFs here, which include various facial portraits showcasing different trust levels, and finally, the Japanese box art here.