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Atlus Opens Official Stella Deus Website
09.10.04 - 2:08 AM

Atlus has opened the official website of its strategy RPG title Stella Deus. The PlayStation 2 title's website features the character designs and models of a total of 16 characters. System-wise, the Replacable Action Position (RAP) system is the game's basic battle system, effecting character's turns and actions during battle. By jumbling together friends and foes, the RAP system gives the game its strategic depth. There will be three different kinds of skills: Action skills allow for execution of magic and deathblows, self-support skills have various enhancing effects on a character's own abilities, Effective Zone (EZ) support skills are area-wide additional effect skills. When executing a command, characters consume action points (APs). After executing a command and consuming a certain amount of AP, the points are gradually recovered again. Depending on the game's various Effective Zones, it is possible to execute combination attacks with fellow party members or unleash chain attacks.

Stella Deus will be available in Japan on October 28th.


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